Suicides raise alarm for Colorado sheriff who now asks for community to act
TELLURIDE, Colo. -- Three suicides by firearms in two weeks have caused concern for San Miguel County Sheriff Bill Masters, who asking the community to help prevent another suicide. "It's alarming," the sheriff said in a statement. "Our rate of suicide by firearms in the past 12 months is now six times higher than the national average."
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