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Run memorializes Sandy Hook deaths, local fire fatality

Chrissy O'Reilly and her 11 year old daughter Jenna, both of Niskayuna, wear t-shirts with the names of Sandy Hook shooting victims on them for the Sandy Hook 5K at Niskayuna Town Hall on Saturday, January 19, 2013.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Chrissy O'Reilly and her 11 year old daughter Jenna, both of Niskayuna, wear t-shirts with the names of Sandy Hook shooting victims on them for the Sandy Hook 5K at Niskayuna Town Hall on Saturday, January 19, 2013.
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With a brown-eyed, brown-haired boy weighing on her heart and a 14-year-old girl who loved balloons occupying her thoughts, Kelly Anderson decided to organize a run. The boy, James Mattioli, liked to sing really loud, draw with his big sister and watch dad grill hamburgers. Anderson didn’t know him, but she met his mom once through her best friend. He was only 6 years and 9 months when a gunman shot him dead at Sandy ...


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