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Sandy Hook Memorial

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Sandy Hook Memorial
A Sandy Hook Memorial
A Sandy Hook Memorial opens in November 18, 2022.
TypeUrban park
LocationWashington Avenue., Sandy Hook, Newtown, Connecticut, United States
CreatedDecember 16, 2012
Operated bySandy Hook Elementary School
StatusOpen

Sandy Hook Permanent Memorial is a memorial in Newtown, Connecticut to commemorate the victims of school shootings, that occurred on December 14, 2012, At least 20 children and 6 school personnel were killed, Adam Lanza the (perpetrator), including his mother (Nancy Lanza) He shoot, before the school shooting in Sandy Hook.

The memorial commemorates a mass school shooting and is dedicated to those who died, despite the harassment caused by the suspect, Adam Lanza, 20 years old.[1]

A Sandy Hook Memorial shooting on 12/14/2012

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Killed:
Mother of the killer Nancy Lanza, 52 (shot at home)

School personnel

  • Anne Marie Murphy, 52, special education teacher
  • Dawn Hochsprung, 47, principal
  • Lauren Rousseau, 30, teacher
  • Mary Sherlach, 56, school psychologist
  • Rachel D'Avino, 29, behavior therapist
  • Victoria Leigh Soto, 27, teacher

Students

  • Allison Wyatt, 6
  • Ana Márquez-Greene, 6
  • Avielle Richman, 6
  • Benjamin Wheeler, 6
  • Caroline Previdi, 6
  • Catherine Hubbard, 6
  • Charlotte Bacon, 6
  • Chase Kowalski, 7
  • Daniel Barden, 7
  • Dylan Hockley, 6
  • Emilie Parker, 6
  • Grace McDonnell, 7
  • Jack Pinto, 6
  • James Mattioli, 6
  • Jesse Lewis, 6
  • Jessica Rekos, 6
  • Josephine Gay, 7
  • Madeleine Hsu, 6
  • Olivia Engel, 6
  • Noah Pozner, 6

Perpetrator

  • Adam Lanza, 20 (suicide)

Survivors: Wounded

  • Natalie Hammond, 40, lead teacher
  • Deborah Pisani

Survivors

  • Ashley Hubner, 6
  • Andrew
  • Jackie
  • Daniel Sibley
  • Nicole
  • Maggie LaBlanca
  • Lauren Milgram

Ceremony

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References

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  1. "Sandy Hook 10 Years Later: Remembering the 89 Students Killed in School Shootings from that Day Until Now".