Lexington Cinema Customers React To Colorado Shooting

Reported by: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 7/21/2012 12:15 am

The tragedy in Colorado brought up some questions about the safety of theatergoers across the country.

People at Regal Cinemas in Hamburg react to the shooting, some saying that it didn’t stop them from going to the movies, but it made them more cautious.

One woman said it affected her while she was sitting in the theatre. She located the nearest exits, and thought of ways to protect her children if something were to happen.

Customers also say that there were police officers in the hallways of the theatre. And that the increased security was a comfort.

Many added that their hearts go out to those injured or killed in the shooting. But that one tragedy cannot stop them from living their life.

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