Ray Corbo and Rob Manna have lived in Newtown, Connecticut for their whole lives. Both firefighters, who were first responders to the Sandy Hook school shooting, tell Anderson Cooper about the grief and unity in their town.
They also talk about coping with the experience of setting up a triage unit outside the school before it was discovered there were no injured victims still alive to be treated. "We will recover somewhat, but...the scar's not going to go away," says Corbo.
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