SOMBERNewtown, CT, Grieves Day After Mass Shooting (Photos) 12.15.12SOMBERNewtown, CT, Grieves Day After Mass Shooting (Photos) The Connecticut town struggled to come to terms with tragedy the day after 26 people—including 20 children—were shot and killed at the elementary school. See photos.12.15.12 5:39 PM ETJoshua Lott/Reuters, via Landov A woman prays at Saint Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church in Newtown on Saturday. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP, via Getty Connecticut State Police Lieutenant Paul Vance addresses the press the day after the deadly shooting. Shannon Stapleton/Reuters, via Landov Men walk away after laying flowers carried from the Sandy Hook Fire Department to the Sandy Hook Elementary school sign in Newtown. Justin Lane/EPA, via Landov A man wipes away a tear as he talks with a police officer outside of the Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire Department, down the street from the elementary school where the rampage took place. Mary Altaffer/AP Sandy Hook firefighters hang bunting on their firetruck on Saturday. Adrees Latif/Reuters, via Landov New Jersey resident Steve Wruble, who was moved to drive out to Connecticut to support local residents, grieves for victims of an elementary school mass shooting at the entrance to Sandy Hook village in Newtown. Justin Lane/EPA, via Landov A group of mourners carry flowers to be placed at a memorial near the Sandy Hook Elementary School following the shooting on Friday. Don Emmert/AFP, via Getty A man hangs a sign on the front of his home near Sandy Hook Elementary School.