Wisconsin teen inventor explains how his door lock can save lives after Parkland

He came up with 'JustinKase' for extra security.

Justin Rivard invented a new lock to help schools protect their students in case there was an active shooter in the building.

"JustinKase" has now gone viral after the Parkland shooting, and the inventor himself joined us live to discuss the future of his lock. 

He got the idea after students were taught to barricade doors with tables in the event of an active shooter situation. He realized these tables could easily slide away, especially if they were unlocked. 

His school has already ordered enough "JustinKase" locks for the entire building. 

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