Friday's massacre of 20 young children at a Connecticut elementary school was one of the worst and most shocking shootings in United States history.
They were shot by 20-year-old lone gunman Adam Lanza. His mother was a teacher at the school.
The nightmare might just be beginning for the young children who witnessed it all.
Angela Hamblen, the director of Kemmons Wilson Family Center for Good Grief at the Baptist Trinity Hospice House, spoke to FOX13 News talks about coping with grief and the loss of a classmate.