More than 12 years after becoming the victim of a mass shooting, Carolyn Tuft is still feeling the effects of her injuries. An extraordinary X-ray shows little block dots, 300 of them, throughout her body. They are shotgun pellets, leftover from the tragic day her life changed forever. In February 2007, a shooter opened fire at the Trolley Square Mall in Salt Lake City. Tuft was shopping for Valentine's Day cards when she was struck three times. Her teen daughter was one of five people killed.