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Shooting Reported Sandy Hook Elementary School

12/14/2012

State police personnel led children from the school, following the shooting. -- Bee Photo, Shannon Hicks
State police personnel led children from the school, following the shooting. -- Bee Photo, Shannon Hicks
State and Newtown police, ambulance, and emergency response personnel responded to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shortly after 9:30 am, Friday, following reports of a shooting. One child was carried from the school by a police officer, apparently seriously wounded. Other injuries are reported, and emergency personnel have set up triage facilities. Three victims were transported to Danbury Hospital by ambulance.

The other children in the school exited school under state police protection.

Police are in the process of setting up a staging area for parents coming to the scene that is away from the school, possibly at Fairfield Hills, to alleviate the traffic congestion in the immediate area.

A state police officers runs toward the school. -- Bee Photo, Shannon Hicks
A state police officers runs toward the school. -- Bee Photo, Shannon Hicks
Sandy Hook School Principal Dawn Hochsprung told The Bee that a masked man entered the school with a rifle and started shooting multiple shows – more than she could count – that went "on and on."

All of Newtown's schools are in lockdown, and the private schools have in town have been notified of an alleged shooting being reported at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

Superintendent of Schools Janet Robinson said the schools were placed on lockdown the morning of Friday, December 14, "until we hear what is going on there."

Dr Robinson said it is best if parents do not try to call the district at this time, and the school district will release a message once further information is known.

The situation is evolving.

 
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