PARKLAND, FLA. (WSVN) - Two days after the deadly shooting, deputies are escorting students and staff into and out of Stoneman Douglas High School for them to pick up their vehicles.
7Skyforce flew over the school Friday morning, where Broward Sheriff Office deputies helped students and staff into the north parking lot. No cars were allowed to be retrieved in the immediate aftermath of the mass shooting on campus, which claimed 17 lives.
According to a BSO tweet, the owners of the vehicles were previously notified by Broward County Schools and required to bring proper identification.
Those who need to retrieve their cars may do so until 3 p.m. Friday, BSO said.
Meanwhile, on the other side of campus, mourners continued to lay flowers near a growing memorial.
“Talking about it makes me feel better,” said student Josh Gallegher. “This is my first time here, so I was just trying to get a feel for everything again ’cause that day was just crazy, it was just chaotic.”
“I just came here to support everybody ’cause everybody lost something,” said student Karlos Valtin. “Regardless if a family member died or a loved one, everybody here is hurting.”
A girls water polo team from a Miami high school drove up to Parkland to show their support as well.
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