First responders struggle to cope in aftermath of Conn. shooting
Responders are speaking with counselors, trying to recover from the trauma of dealing with one of the worst mass shootings in US history
By Lee Higgins
The Journal News
NEWTOWN, Conn. — For Ray Corbo, first assistant fire chief at Newtown Hook and Ladder, the horrific images from Friday's shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary have taken a toll.
There was the Newtown police officer who ran by him in the school's parking lot, carrying a boy, limp in his arms.
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