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Victoria Soto, 27, was a first-grade teacher killed when 20-year-old Adam Lanza burst into her classroom. It wasn't clear how the children escaped harm, but there have been reports that Soto hid some of handbags her students from the approaching gunman. The six who turned up at Rosen's home did apparently have to run past her body to safety.