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  • Video from UNC student inside Paris soccer stadium during attack

    UNC-CH junior, Elizabeth Eason, a Durham Academy graduate whose parents live in Durham, who was in Stade de France when the bombs went off Friday. She and her friends did not realize what the bangs were until they got phone calls from outside the stadium. Even after that, they stayed for most of the game.

UNC-CH junior, Elizabeth Eason, a Durham Academy graduate whose parents live in Durham, who was in Stade de France when the bombs went off Friday. She and her friends did not realize what the bangs were until they got phone calls from outside the stadium. Even after that, they stayed for most of the game.
UNC-CH junior, Elizabeth Eason, a Durham Academy graduate whose parents live in Durham, who was in Stade de France when the bombs went off Friday. She and her friends did not realize what the bangs were until they got phone calls from outside the stadium. Even after that, they stayed for most of the game.

UNC student studying in Paris reflects on night of horror

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