Gardner was also shot, but she survived following surgery at.
The shooting led Alison Parker's boyfriend, , to successfully run for a seat in the House of Delegates with a priority to pass gun control legislation.
The lawsuit was settled under unspecified terms in January 2001.
Between March 1999 and March 2000 he worked as a reporter for affiliate in , , where he reported to news director Don Shafer that co-workers were making offensive comments about his.
She underwent surgery in which her right kidney and part of her colon were removed and was released from the hospital on September 8, 2015.
Following his dismissal, Flanagan got a job at a local call center.