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Nov 14, 2015 9:16 AM

Saint Anselm College reports its two students in Paris confirmed safe

MANCHESTER - Saint Anselm's College says two of its students studying in Paris have been contacted and confirmed to be safe.

In a letter to the collegel community, President Steven DiSalvo said "our thoughts and prayers go out to the people of Paris and to all those who were wounded or killed by these heinous acts of terrorism."

He went on to say he was "thankful and relieved to report that we have been able to reach Brad Rocheville and Lincoln Vamos, who are studying abroad in Paris, and have confirmed that they are safe and unharmed."

The campus is planning a candlelight vigil for on Sunday evening, he said.

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