On 18th anniversary, hashtag used to remember Heath High School shooting

It was 18 years ago Tuesday that then 14-year-old Michael Carneal took three guns into Heath High School and opened fire on his classmates. Three students were killed and five others were hurt.

On social media, some are using hashtag #WeBelieveInHeath as they remember the shooting. Here are some of the tweets we’ve seen:

The image to the left has also been shared on Facebook and Twitter. To see more posts remembering the shooting, search #WeBelieveInHeath on Facebook and Twitter. 

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