The family of one of the students killed at Sandy Hook Elementary officially cut the ribbon this evening on a playground built in her honor.
The playground, honoring Josephine Gay, is located at Seaside Park in Bridgeport.
Josephine's family says the playground is a very special honor. They say that while they no longer live in Connecticut, they can't wait to visit next summer to see children of all ages on the playground.
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The memorial playground is the sixth of its kind built in Connecticut by the Sandy Ground Project, which is constructing 26 playgrounds for each of the educators and students killed during the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary.