Two years after the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, where 20 children and six adults perished on December 14, 2012, the scene of the crime in Newtown, Connecticut, no longer exists. In October 2013, the Connecticut State Bond Commission approved funds for a replacement school for Sandy Hook students, and in January 2014, the old school's demolition was complete.
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The new school -- expected to be ready fall of 2016 -- will have a new address: 12 Riverside Drive.
Previously, HLN examined a very delicate question: What should be done with the sites of tragic events like the Sandy Hook shooting? Or the Aurora theater shooting? Do you destroy these places? Do you change them? Or do you carry on?
History has shown us there is no right answer. For every site of mass casualties, there has been a different response. However, all of the solutions -- including the ones shown above -- have aimed to convey the same emotions: hope, strength and solidarity among survivors.