Austin Eubanks became addicted to painkillers after the 1999 shooting. Lean in to the pain and grief, he says – don’t try to escape itNineteen years ago, Austin Eubanks hid under a table in his high school library as two students opened fire on their classmates. He and his friends had been ready to get lunch when they first heard gunshots outside. They had not recognized the sound and thought the bangs were construction noises. Then a teacher ran into the library and screamed at them to hide.When the shooting stopped, Eubanks ran through the smoke out of the library, and out of the school. He was 17, with gunshot wounds in his hand and knee, and he had just witnessed his best friend killed in front of him. Continue reading…



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