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Authorities on Saturday released the names and ages of those killed Friday at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.

All died by gunshot wounds. Of the 20 slain children, eight were boys and 12 were girls. All the children were ages 6 or 7. All six adults killed were women.

Most of the 20 children and six adults were killed in one section of the school that has two classrooms, police had stated earlier.

Those killed, in alphabetical order, and their ages:

Children:

•Charlotte Bacon, 6

•Daniel Barden, 7

•Olivia Engel, 6

•Josephine Gay, 7

•Ana M. Marquez-Greene, 6

•Dylan Hockley, 6

•Madeleine F. Hsu, 6

•Catherine V. Hubbard, 6

•Chase Kowalski, 7

•Jesse Lewis, 6

•James Mattioli, 6

•Grace McDonnell, 7

•Emilie Parker, 6

•Jack Pinto, 6

•Noah Pozner, 6

•Caroline Previdi, 6

•Jessica Rekos, 6

•Aveille Richman, 6

•Benjamin Wheeler, 6

•Allison N. Wyatt, 6

Adults:

•Rachel Davino, 29

•Dawn Hochsprung, 47 (principal)

•Anne Marie Murphy, 52 (teacher)

•Lauren Rousseau, 30 (teacher)

•Mary Sherlach, 56 (counselor)

•Victoria Soto, 27 (teacher)