Lewiston, Maine, residents still processing trauma from mass shooting
It’s been nearly six weeks since a mass shooting in Lewiston, Maine, left 18 people dead and more than a dozen injured.
Less than a week ago, several hundred people gathered downtown in an event that some see as a way to help process trauma and grief.
But Susan Sharon of Maine Public Radio found that other Lewiston residents are not ready to gather just yet.
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