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We are extremely sorry for the senseless loss of so many young lives, but also extremely grateful to Victoria Soto and very proud that this heroine is of Puerto Rican ancestry.
God bless her for her heroism.She deserves the the medals. And may God bless all the survivors and help them find peace.
All I can say is that we have to keep on praying for those who lost their family on that tragety! Is not easy for them... let's get together and pray!
She's a wonderful example of courage & humanity. All of the victims, survivors & community of this tragedy deserve support.
She deserves that medal and more. My heart really goes to her family, she was a precious young lady. I know she is in heaven.
May God watch over all......
We need to stand together and value life and the causes of and believe that this act of honor love respect humanity and the uktimate sacrifice for the love of Angels .God Bless
Why this one girl? Last I checked 26 people died that day.
She died giving the best for all her students. Her mom lost a precious treasure but God used her to save those children. My prayers to his family and my gratitude to this mom that raised a beautiful and bless girl that shows everyone the truly essence of life, love.
So did Lauren Rousseau (the other teacher) and the principal and social worker and school psychologist. Lauren was my daughter's best friend. I know the kind of person she was.
According to an AP bulletin, all 6 adults will get the award (posthumously) on February 15, 2013.