CBS LAS VEGAS-Today a gunman opened fire at a Newtown, Connecticut killing at least 27 people including himself. CBS News reports that the gunman, now identified as 20-year-old Adam Lanza was the son of Nancy Lanza, a female teacher at the school. She was found dead at her Newtown home. Dr. Michelle Carro, Professor of Clinical Psychology at UNLV, talks about how a tragic event like the one that took place today affects kids and what parents should do to help. Callers react to the tragic event that took place in Newtown, Connecticut.
Rosemary Virtuoso, is with the Clark County School District Crisis Response, talks about what the School District has planned if a tragic event like the one that took place in Connecticut happened in the valley. Dr. David Lowenstein, a Psychologist and the Clinical Director of Lowenstein and Associates, talks anout the tragic shooting that took place today and what parents should do if their child ever experienced something tragic happened.
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