School Shooting In Connecticut, An Urban Scene You Wouldn't Want

School Shooting In Connecticut, An Urban Scene You Wouldn't Want -- My heart goes to the fallen little angels who succumbed to a shooting spree by a gunman identified as Adam Lanza, 20 years old. Most of the innocent kids were inside a classroom having their regular classes. As of press time, news have it that 20 children died after heavily armed Lanza invaded a Newtown, Connecticut Elementary School, where he also killed his own mother, a teacher in the same school.
According to Lt. Paul Vance, at least 18 children died in the school and two more died later in a hospital. There were also six (6) adults killed in the school.

Source said that the suspect was equipped with a  Glock semi automatic handgun and a Sig Sauer semi automatic handgun. It's a much greater wonder how a 20 years got hold of a set of handguns, that easy like buying an over the counter medicines.

Here's a statement from Superintendent James Nolan On Newtown, Conn. Shooting:
I know that I speak on behalf of the entire Sachem Family in offering our sincere condolences to the people in Connecticut. They are certainly in our thoughts and prayers. No words could possibly articulate or explain our thoughts and feelings for those poor folks. That is every parent's and community's greatest fear and no community is immune to such tragic horror.  I would ask everyone to keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
Some of the video reports regarding the shooting incident:

CT Governor Dan Malloy talks about shootings


ABC News: Special report on Connecticut school shooting

Condolence to the parents of the elementary students aged 5 to 10 years old, who died in the shooting in Connecticut. Really, security in the elementary schools greatly needs significant upgrades.

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