Newtown memorials continue to grow

People who dropped off trinkets say it's their way of grieving for those affected by the tragedy. A couple of teachers who drove up from

People who dropped off condolences say it's their way of grieving for those affected by the tragedy.

People who dropped off condolences say it's their way of grieving for those affected by the tragedy. (12/19/12)

NEWTOWN - Mourners from around the world continue to show their support for the Newtown victims by dropping off candles, stuffed animals and other signs of condolence at memorials.

People who dropped off trinkets say it's their way of grieving for those affected by the tragedy.

A couple of teachers who drove up from Pennsylvania this morning said their pain was so strong that they had to come here to grieve.

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