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Wisconsin man thinks window treatment can prevent tragedies

12:40 PM, Feb. 7, 2013
Dick Peterson of Mosinee attempts to smash through a specially treated glass window Wednesday. Peterson thinks the coating can help prevent mass shootings such as the recent carnage at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Dick Peterson of Mosinee attempts to smash through a specially treated glass window Wednesday. Peterson thinks the coating can help prevent mass shootings such as the recent carnage at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
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Dick Peterson was enjoying a rare morning off from work at his Mosinee window-tinting business Dec. 14 when his daughter Kristin called him from her home in Newtown, Conn.

Peterson's daughter lives in the community that was rocked that day after 20-year-old Adam Lanza shot and killed 26 people, including 20 children, at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

Peterson followed the news about the tragedy during the ensuing days and learned that Lanza broke a window to enter the school. And that set the window expert's mind to work. ...

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