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Schoolchildren visit MORGUE as teachers employ extreme sc

are tactics to warn kids about gunsTeacher

s at a school in New York made the difficult decision to take their students on a trip to the morgue in a last ditch attempt to warn them about gun violence. Pupils held their hands over their faces as they stepped inside the room to look at

the bullet-ridden bodies of shooting victims. Fifty students from Brooklyn and other New York high schools visited the Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center earlier this week. It is hoped that the trip will drive home the message about gang and gun viole

nce, given the high rate of incidents that take place in East New York. The students hold their hands over their noses as they are taken into the morgue (Image: ABC) One of the students, Shane Magloire, 17, told WABC NEWS

: Seeing that body, it just made me realise that life is p

recious. And just thinking, like, What if one of my friends or myself was dead? Other pupils heard sobering stories from AE doctors and were shown videos and images of the victims. Several students admitted the trip had made them think more about the consequences of gun crime (Image: ABC) Khari Edwards, from Brookdales public affairs department, told the students: You can make a decision to do gre

at things, or you can make a decision to go the wrong way, and usually, wrong ways end up here. Nicole Favours, also from Brookdales public affairs department, said the plan for

the future is to bring students to the morgue every three months. Read more:School comes up with plan to help parents book cheaper holidays She

added: Its

not to scare them, but its to inform them that this is the part you dont see.

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