Hundreds gather for a candlelight vigil for the one killed and three injured in a shooting at Northern Arizona University. Diane Hodges reports.
Hundreds of students, with hundreds of candles, trying to come to terms with the fact that their school has become the site of a mass shooting. SOT; ALEXANDRIA BUCHTA, STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT, SAYING: "It broke my heart. I overwhelmingly think students are showing how distraught they are by this and just disturbed that something like this would happen here." Student Collin Brugh was killed and three others wounded in the attack early Friday morning all members of the fraternity Delta Chi. SOT: CHRIS SCHMIDT, PRESIDENT OF DELTA CHI, SAYING: "Collin Brugh, I know you're watching right now. I want you to know we will always love you. We will always miss you. And we will never forget you." Police have charged another student, a freshman who was not a member of the fraternity, with the shootings. The attack came just hours before President Obama visited with relatives of a shooting in Oregon that killed nine people and wounded nine others the week before.