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Victims of the Conn. school shootings

Twelve of the 20 young schoolchildren killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. Top row, left to right: Emilie Parker, James Mattioli, Chase Kowalski, and Charlotte Bacon; middle row, left to right: Olivia Engel, Grace McDonnell, Jesse Lewis, and Noah Pozner; bottom row, left to right: Jessica Rekos, Josephine Gay, Ana Marquez-Greene and Avielle Richman.

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Twelve of the 20 young schoolchildren killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. Top row, left to right: Emilie Parker, James Mattioli, Chase Kowalski, and Charlotte Bacon; middle row, left to right: Olivia Engel, Grace McDonnell, Jesse Lewis, and Noah Pozner; bottom row, left to right: Jessica Rekos, Josephine Gay, Ana Marquez-Greene and Avielle Richman.

Names and ages of the 26 people gunned down at a Connecticut elementary school Friday in the second-deadliest school shooting in US history:

Charlotte Bacon, 6

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Daniel Barden, 7

Rachel Davino, 29

Olivia Engel, 6

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Josephine Gay, 7

Ana Marquez-Greene, 6

Dylan Hockley, 6

Dawn Hochsprung, 47

Madeleine Hsu, 6

Catherine Hubbard, 6

Chase Kowalski, 7

Jesse Lewis, 6

James Mattioli, 6

Grace McDonnell, 7

Anne Marie Murphy, 52

Emilie Parker, 6

Jack Pinto, 6

Noah Pozner, 6

Caroline Previdi, 6

Jessica Rekos, 6

Avielle Richman, 6

Lauren Rousseau, 30

Mary Sherlach, 56

Victoria Soto,27

Benjamin Wheeler, 6

Allison Wyatt, 6

Source: Connecticut State Police

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