Video: Teachers and staff in Lake County train for an active shooter situation

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More than 100 teachers and staff members in Lake County, Illinois got a realistic view of what it would be like if an active shooter entered a school. It’s part of ALICE training, being taught by the Lake County Sheriff’s Office. The teachers learned the best way to evacuate, barricade, even fight if encountering a gunman.

***WARNING: Profane language used, images may be disturbing***

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