Mass shootings are so common that mayors now have a checklist for when one happens

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Victor Escalon, a regional director with the Texas Department of Public Safety, gives a news conference in Uvalde on Thursday.

Mass shootings have become so common in the U.S. that one group has created a mass shooting protocol checklist to guide mayors and city officials during the first 24 hours after a tragedy occurs.

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