(USA Today) Stories of heroism by adults and children are emerging from Sandy Hook Elementary School. Here are a few:
School therapist Diane Day described how principal Dawn Hochsprung and a school psychologist, identified as Mary Scherlach, leaped from their seats and ran out of a meeting when they heard gunshots.
“They didn’t think twice about confronting or seeing what was going on,” she told The Wall Street Journal.
Hochsprung and Sherlach were shot dead in the hallway, according to news reports.