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Resources for Connecticut school shooting

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(WORLDNOW) -- For those looking for information regarding the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, here are some resources.

Newtown, Conn., Police Department
(203) 270-4255

Sandy Hook Elementary School
Newtown public school district in Newtown, Conn.
(203) 426-760
http://www.newtown.k12.ct.us/

Newtown, Conn., town website
http://www.newtown-ct.gov/Public_Documents/index

Newtown Emergency Communication Center
203-270-4296

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