10:00 A.M. UPDATE: At a press conference Monday morning, State Police announced that there were two adult victims who survived Friday's school shooting in Newtown.
Police said the two adults both suffered gunshot wounds and are currently recovering from their injuries.
When asked about the gunman's past, Lt. J. Paul Vance said that after speaking with Newtown Police, it was determined that there was no previous contact or concerns, prior to the shooting.
Police have begun processing and analyzing the evidence, and said that every single round of ammunition will be examined.
Lt. Vance said that police are checking the weaponry, searching every database, every record, and anything else that they can uncover.
Interviews are also being conducted with anyone involved, including children that were present at the time of the shooting. Police said parents will be present for those interviews and that they will be handled very delicately as it is a tender issue.
When asked about the amount of ammunition brought to the school and what might've been planned Lt. Vance said, "I can't speculate what would've occurred. I can tell you that faculty and staff did everything they could to protect those children."
Lt. Vance also pointed to the tremendous efforts of the first responders.
"It broke our hearts that we couldn't save them all," Lt. Vance said.
The Sandy Hook school is being held as a crime scene indefinitely.
Crisis teams are in place and phone lines are open to anyone in need of support. Call 203-270-4283.