She Lost Friend To Vegas Massacre And Her Home To Fire
Erin Williamson of Orange County could give lessons on remaining hopeful in life. She's literally remarkable -- she lost a friend in the Las Vegas massacre and watched her home burn to the ground, missing that friend's vigil. As Michele Gile reports, Williamson's remained hopeful and positive.
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