Let's count the survivors from Ms. Soto's class
First, let's accept the generous number of 16 students in the class.
Soto's class picture shows 15 kids, but ABC says there were 16, so maybe one studentwas absent."5 slain 9 survived" = 14?[link to www.examiner.com]"5 of the 16 students in Soto's class were slain."
Note: In case of bad links, backup copies are available.
Police found "7 kids safe in the closet."
6 kids (4 girls 2 boys) at Gene Rosen's house. "Mrs. Soto is dead." They each left withparents between 10:15 and 11:00.
Aidan Licata, girl named Emma, plus 1 boy ran away. A woman picked them up in hervan and took them to police station.
Jen Maksel sees 5 Soto students at firehouse, while searching for her son
5 more Soto students, boys, including Bryce Maksel have been taken to Newtown policestation by "two moms".
Could this be the same group that CT Rep. John H. Frey's sister Tricia Gogliettinopicked up? "5 1st graders"?
Jacob Riley was in any of those groups.
If Jen Maksel saw 5 of the 7 of Ms. Soto's students that were found in the closet andperhaps evacuated to the firehouse by police, who (obviously) were
not the ones from Gene Rosen's,
nor had they been on the run and found at the PD,or Jen Maksel saw 5 of the 6 of Ms. Soto's students that Gene Rosen, the bus driver, andthe parents showed up with at the firehouse, according to the parents and Gene Rosen,who had (obviously)
not been found in the closet and brought by police,
nor came from or gone to the PD,then it appears that
21 of Soto's students survived.