An unnamed six-year old Sandy Hook survivor played dead in a pile of 15 corpses of her classmates last Friday. When the the shooter, Adam Lanza, left the classroom, she then ran out of the school "covered from head to toe with blood."
Jim Solomon, a pastor close to the girl's family, told ABC News that her first words to her mother were, "Mommy, I'm OK but all my friends are dead."
"Somehow in that moment, by God's grace, [she] was able to act as she was already deceased," the pastor said.
The girl "waited until she believed it was safe hiding among the corpses, then ran from the building covered with blood from head to toe." She "was the first student to run out of the Sandy Hook Elementary School following the mass shooting."
Solomon, the pastor, said:
What did she see in there? Well, she saw someone who she felt was angry and somebody who she felt was mad... How at 6 and a half years old can you be that smart, that brave? I think it's impossible outside of divine intervention. She has wisdom beyond her years.