Boost survival chances against active shooter | USA TODAY

Boost survival chances against active shooter | USA TODAY

Experts say that there is no single response that works in every active shooter situation because each one is different, but these tactics can help.

The phenomenon of the mass shooting has grown and changed over the years. So has the thinking on how best to survive one. Experts say that there is no single response that works in every situation because each one is different. Their best advice is to keep your options open, what’s known as multioption response.

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  1. trail mark

    Step off, allow your money to die without purpose, not yourself.

    There is this song you can Google titled (I love the way you hate me). If you could step off the flag and look at America from across the pond and take a vote how many people would say this song should be the new national anthem of the United States? All I am saying is that which is behind all this hate could very well be homelessness to the flag. We allow discrimination for money and the criminalization of homelessness. We are hypocrites to our own Constitution and we have to live with it. There should be no homeless that live in America only through-hikers in life. Many people could get along living out of backpacks and working out of labor pools if this country would allow it. Most people can only know Jesus in church giving money to God's public-relations managers to get the new airplanes they need, if they tried to walk with him they would get arrested. The reality of truth should be allowed to go free but if people are happy with the world the way it is it will just have to be this way and once again the truth be damned. Maybe in the case of the upper-class money can buy happiness. A very old story with a very long history that lived just as well in Caesar's time as it is living today.

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