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Victim gets special message from One Direction!

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  • The boy band One Direction recorded a video for Claire Davis, a victim from the Arapahoe High shooting
  • Davis remains unconscious, in stable condition after she was shot in the head last week
Victim gets special message from One Direction!

Arapahoe High School shooting victim Claire Davis got a special message from One Direction on Thursday. 

The English-Irish boy band recorded a personal video for Davis and sent it directly to her family, a source close to the group told CNN. The teen is currently unconscious, but in stable condition, after she was shot in the head during a school shooting last week in Colorado. 

"We just wanted to share some love with you," said singer Liam Payne in the video message. "Hope you get well soon. Lots of love." 

According to CNN's source, Davis' boyfriend uploaded the video to YouTube and it has gone viral. 

The video came after Davis' Internet supporters started a Twitter campaign with the hashtag #Get1DtoClaire. The campaign was an attempt to get One Direction to visit Davis. 

While the band was not able to travel to her, many Twitter users were satisfied by the band's personal message to Claire. 

According to HLN affiliate KUSA, Arapahoe High students were allowed back into the school Thursday for the first time since the shooting. Seniors and juniors were able to collect any belongings they might have left in the building. Sophomores and freshman will be able to return Friday.

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