Special needs student from Sandy Hook Elementary talks about massacre

Tyler Sherwood, 18, took special education classes at the school, but was not there on the day of the shootings. Sherwood has used his artistic

Tyler Sherwood, 18, took special education classes at the school, but was not there on the day of the shootings.

Tyler Sherwood, 18, took special education classes at the school, but was not there on the day of the shootings. (4/7/13)

NEWTOWN - A special needs student who took classes at Sandy Hook Elementary School spoke publicly for the first time Sunday about the massacre that took place there three months ago.

Tyler Sherwood, 18, took special education classes at the school, but was not there on the day of the shootings.

Sherwood has used his artistic skills to commemorate those who were killed with a video.
 

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