family members. kim hutchinson has the latest. reporter: the campus of umpqua community college re-opens monday. classes won't continue until next week. counselors will be available and students can pick up their possessions they left. >> we want to make sure the students are taken care of in a comfortable setting. >> classes and events start again october 12th. churches opened their doors to anyone needing support. >> christian and non-christian, we don't care where you are. if you need someone to talk, cry on, pray with, we're going to be there. reporter: survivors are telling their stories. a pastor said his daughter lacey survived because his classmate treven protected her. >> all of the sudden i felt his body. part of his body was on mine. we believe that in treven's last moments, we believe he made a conscious effort to cover my daughter. i sincerely 100% believe his blood saved my daughter's life. reporter: kim hutchinson, wmur news 9. sean: parts of france is being plagued by severe flooding. it transformed saturday night into a terrifying flood zone. 16 people were killed.
right for the job. kim hutchinson with the details. >> representative paul ryan is still under pressure from fellow republicans to run for speaker of the house. ryan told cnn on sunday, his answer is still no. but, according to ryan's allies, he is still trying to make up his mind if he wants the job. ryan emerged as favorite among some republicans after representative kevin mccarthy's surprise thursday announcement that he would not run for speaker. friend of the ways and means chairman says ryan will only take the job if he gets support from all 247gop house members. hurried thal contributed to mccarthy pulling out of the race. members of the party's conservative freedom caucus have another candidate in mind. daniel webster of florida. >> until somebody a declared candidate, won't move to new candidate. >> sunday the group's leader said the freedom caucus would look favorably on ryan if he decides to step n possible candidacy coming up on the campaign trail. gop frontrunner done al trump told "face the nation"? >> i think he doesn't want it very badly but you never nope. maybe he is p
stories through relieved family members. kim hutchinson has the latest. >> the campus re-opening monday. classes won't resume for another week. >>> students, staff, and faculty can retrieve the belongings left behind when they fled for their lives. counselors will be available. >> we want to make sure the students are taken care of in a comfortable setting. >> classes and events start again. the weekend saw vigils and churches opened their doors to anyone needing support. >> christian, non-christian, we don't care who you are. you are welcome to come. if you need someone to talk, cry on, and pray with you, we're going to be there for you. reporter: a pastor says his daughter survived because her classmate, treven, protected her. >> daddy, all of the sudden i felt treven's body as it moved toward mine. part of his body was on mine. we believe that in treven's last moments, we believe he made a conscious effort to -- to cover my daughter. i sincerely 100% believe his blood saved my daughter's life. reporter: wmur news 9. sean: colleges in the philadelphia area are on high alert fol
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