Decades after surviving Columbine shooting, 2 sisters find solace in running

BOSTON - Sisters Sarah Bush and Laura Hall remember exactly where they were on April 20, 1999 .

Sarah Hall, a 16-year-old sophomore, was taking a test in math class.

Laura Bush, a 14-year-old freshman, was eating lunch in the school's lunchroom.

Bush was able to escape through the front door; her sister took shelter with dozens of others in the school's choir room.

On the way out, Hall stepped over the body of Daniel Rohrbough, one of the 12 students killed that day.

Bush was already a member of the track team at the time of the shooting.

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