After losing sight in his right eye after police say he was intentionally shot with an air gun outside a State High football game in October, State College teen Jason Anderson says he still has plans to keep playing football and, eventually, become a surgeon.
After losing sight in his right eye after police say he was intentionally shot with an air gun outside a State High football game in October, State College teen Jason Anderson says he still has plans to keep playing football and, eventually, become a surgeon. Photo provided
After losing sight in his right eye after police say he was intentionally shot with an air gun outside a State High football game in October, State College teen Jason Anderson says he still has plans to keep playing football and, eventually, become a surgeon. Photo provided

1 month after shooting, State College teen tells his story

November 19, 2017 11:13 PM

UPDATED November 20, 2017 12:16 PM

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