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Andrew Adams, KSL NewsradioWorkers at Trolley Square are drawing parallels from the Virginia Tech rampage to their own tragedy.
Rick Juliotti at the Rodizio Grill can still hear the shots that rang out two months ago. He says people started running and crying.
Co-worker Andrea Garbrecht says the Trolley Square tragedy offers perspective. She says, "When you hear 30 people, it makes it seem like more than just a number."
And owner of Studio V2, Vida Allahverdi says, "If you weren't involved in it, you don't know what kind of feelings it's evoking." She says her employees are struggling, trying to find meaning behind it all.