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Safety in Alachua County schools changed forever after 9/11 attack

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The aftermath of 9/11 brought many security and safety routine changes to Alachua County Public Schools. Alachua County Public Schools Spokeswoman Jackie Johnson says the crisis management plans in place in schools throughout Alachua County are more specific now.  Corey Bachman reports.

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