Many Virginia Tech students are having a difficult time coming to terms with what happened Monday, a day they will never forget. In all, 33 people lost their lives in what is being called the deadliest shooting rampage in U.S. history. Others, including an Erie County were left with mental wounds. 22-year-old Justin Clickett of Union City was in shock when he heard about the tragedy. Clickett was on his way to campus Monday morning when a friend called to tell him about the first shootings. At that point, he turned around then headed back off campus. Had he not received the phone call, Clickett would have been in the building where the second round of shootings took place. The business major and track and field team member describes the campus atmosphere as somber. Clickett's father says he is thankful his son is safe and sound, but feels for the other families who weren't as fortunate.