First Connecticut school shooting victims buried
(MCT) — NEWTOWN, Conn. — At the Village Cemetery, a freshly dug grave lay waiting. At the funeral home, the mourners gathered, many of them children in sports jerseys — clothes that might be unusual for some funerals, but not for this one.
Newtown began burying its dead Monday, starting with Jack Armistead Pinto, a sports fanatic with an impish smile. In Fairfield, about 20 miles away, family and friends gathered to remember his classmate, Noah Pozner, the youngest of the 20 children killed when a gunman opened fire in their elementary school. Both boys were 6; Noah had celebrated his birthday Nov. 20.
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