Dunblane victim’s brother and sister call on US to enact gun controls

Jack Crozier and Ellie Crozier lost their five-year-old sister Emma in Britain’s worst-ever mass shooting 25 years ago

Campaigners have called on the US to follow the UK and enact sweeping firearm controls to protect young lives, on the 25th anniversary of Britain’s worst mass shooting, at a school in Dunblane.

Sixteen schoolchildren, aged between five and six, were killed with their teacher who had attempted to protect them when a former shopkeeper and ex-scout leader opened fire on a gym class in 1996 before taking his own life.

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