New details on the response to the first shootings of what would become the Virginia Tech massacre show that at least two administrators alerted their family members well before the rest of the campus was notified that a gunman was on the loose, reports the Boston Globe. The revised state report released Friday also revealed that garbage collection on campus was canceled before students and staff were notified of the danger, and the family of an injured victim wasn’t notified until she died hours later. The new details about the university’s response from the time the first victims were found to when they alerted the campus brought angry reactions and questions from some victims’ families about leadership during the 2007 massacre that ended with 33 people dead…

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