Scarlett Lewis, whose son Jesse Lewis died in Sandy Hook, shared advice for the mourning parents impacted by Tuesday’s tragic school shooting.
“I’ve been exactly where those parents are. And it’s devastating. You don’t know if you’re going to survive,” Lewis said during an appearance Tuesday on NewsNation’s “Banfield.”
The Texas Department of Public Safety confirmed that 19 children, two teachers and the gunman have died in the rampage. Several others are injured, including a Border Patrol agent, following the deadliest shooting at a grade school since Sandy Hook almost a decade ago.
Lewis has been grieving the loss of her son for over 10 years, and she says her advice to others is “know that you’re not alone.”