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Surviving Sandy Hook

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(SOUNDBITE) (English) KAITLIN ROIG-DEBELLIS, SANDY HOOK TEACHER, SAYING: "I remember... I remember... It's weird, I didn't remember until just now. I remember in the days after, it was so hard to get out of bed and shower. And I remember I just walked around singing 'Amazing Grace' just over and over. It was so incredibly hard. I didn't remember that until just now... It was the worst thing that could have ever happened." Kaitlin Roig-Debellis recalls the days after 20 children and six adults were killed in cold blood at the Sandy Hook Elementary school. On December 14 of 2013 the first-grade teacher barricaded her students in a tiny bathroom to avoid the fire of gunman Adam Lanza. (SOUNDBITE) (English) KAITLIN ROIG-DEBELLIS, SANDY HOOK TEACHER, SAYING: "The moment that I heard the first shot, I got up, I closed the door, I turned the lights off and I turned to my students and I said, 'We need to get into the bathroom right now.' Shots were ringing out so

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