Remembering the lives lost in the Tree of Life massacre
Clip: 10/30/2018 | 3m 28s
A doctor known for compassionate care of HIV patients early in the AIDS crisis. A “vivacious” 97-year-old. Brothers who “looked out for one another.” A new grandfather. A youth baseball coach. A dentist who volunteered at free clinics. For Pittsburgh’s Jewish community, Tuesday marked the beginning of shiva, a somber seven days of mourning for the 11 people killed in Saturday's synagogue shooting.
Aired: 10/30/18Video has closed captioning.
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