Virginia Tech survivor visits USC campus to share her story, improve campus security
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WACH)-- A survivor of the Virginia Tech massacre visited the University of South Carolina Thursday to share her story.
Kristina Anderson was shot when an active shooter opened fire on Virginia Tech's campus 10 years ago.
Since then he started a foundation working to combat gun violence and improve campus security.
Anderson has traveled to several colleges and universities with the hopes of preventing another tragedy.
During the Virginia Tech massacre 32 students and teachers were killed, including the shooter Sung Hee Jo.