Your Turn: Feedback On Walkout, Safety Violations & Doctor's Arr

Your Turn: Feedback On Walkout, Safety Violations & Doctor's Arrest

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Schools across the country are participating in National School Walkout this Wednesday to honor the 17 people that died in the Parkland, Florida school shooting. We spoke with students at Thousand Islands Central School about their plans:

It is about kids wanting schools to be safe again. It is about kids speaking up and saying that enough is enough.

Lynn Bashaw

If they want to protest, do it on their own free time.

Matthew Marcinko

Instead of walking out of school they should walk up to those kids that are getting bullied, which is pretty much the catalyst for most, if not all school shootings.

Ken Winnett

Watertown has been cited for seven safety violations in connection with the on-the-job death of city sewage treatment plant worker Greg Eliopoulos last fall:

I hope his family sues the city.

Cristen Piehl Steinmeyer

Lawsuit is right and the family deserves everything it has coming to them.

Stacie Lin

A affiliated with Canton-Potsdam Hospital is accused of stealing patients' painkillers. We learned Dr. Richard Wessel had a history of drug use in North Carolina:

This man saved my life! I would have died in 2014 from major heart problems without his skill. I'm devastated to hear this.

Carrie Snye

Addiction doesn't care who you are or your station in life. It's an equal opportunity scourge.

Steve Saviski

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