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Connecticut / School Shooting #1035457

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 14, 2012
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(Newtown, Connecticut: Diane Sawyer) The mass shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, introduced; casualties cited.

(Newtown, Connecticut:, Chris Cuomo) The shooting this morning at the Sandy Hook Elementary School reviewed; scenes and photos shown from outside the school. [Survivor Ella SEAVER†- describes what happened inside the school.] [Parent Aimee SEAVER†, MAN - say it was chaos.] [Connecticut police spokesman Lt. Paul VANCE†- calls the scene tragic.] The confusion about the gunman's motive after he killed his mother at home discussed.

(Newtown, Connecticut: Diane Sawyer) President Obama's address noted. [OBAMA - says the victims were children....]

(Newtown, Connecticut: Diane Sawyer) An earlier interview held with teacher Kaitlin Roig† about the shooting. [Tearfully, ROIG - explains what she did to protect the children and how she dealt with the police when they came.]

(Newtown, Connecticut: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Studio: Brian Ross) The gunman Adam Lanza and his brother Ryan, first suspected to be the shooter, profiled; photo shown.

(Newtown, Connecticut: Diane Sawyer) What a local monsignor said about the shooting. [Robert WEISS††- talks about the children.]

Reporter(s):
Sawyer, Diane;
Cuomo, , Chris;
Ross, Brian
Duration:
00:11:50

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