Texas school shooting incident, shooter shot dead

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Texas school shooting incident, shooter shot dead

Texas school shooting incident
Official paying regard to victims

At Robb Elementary school in Uvalde “Texas”, A gunman killed at least 19 children and two adults on Tuesday in a rural Texas elementary school. A police official said, it is a deadliest American school shooting incident after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary a decade ago. The shooting started around 11:32 A.m. the two victims was pin down as a schoolteacher. The shooter is Salvador Ramos, 18-year-old Uvalde resident. The man left his vehicle and entered Robb Elementary school with a pistol and perhaps a rifle, U.S. Border Patrol agents responded to a low enforcement request for assistance, a spokesperson for the The U.S Department of Homeland Security said. The officers entered the school building and were met with gunfire from the shooter, who was fortifying inside.

“I heard what sounded like a nail gun, “said Mr. Verdusco, who has lived in Uvalde since October. He began to see the police, border patrol agents and sheriffs rushing toward the school

The shooting incident happened in Taxas, when the gunman shot his grandmother before the shooting at the school. Robb Elementary teaches second, third and fourth grade students. Thursday was last day of the student in school this year.

US President Joe Biden on Texas school shooting incident

Texas school shooting incident
President Joe Biden at press briefing after the incident

President Joe Biden has spoken with Abbott to offer his helping hand, White House officials said. Biden also ordered flags on all public property and at U.S. In respect for people who have died the embassies to be flown at half-staff.

“Tonight, I ask the nation to pray for them. Give the parents and siblings the strength in the darkness they feel right now,” Biden said at a press briefing Tuesday evening.


U.S. Rep. Tony Gonzales, a Conservative of district Robb Elementary School, wrote on Twitter, “My heart breaks for the city of Uvalde. Pray for our families.” and cited a Bible verse.

What happened is a massacre in Uvalde it is a eighth shooting incident in Texas public space since an Army psychiatrist did open shooting at Fort Hood Army base in November 2009, it killed 13 people what was later determined to be an act of fixation. Another incident which took place in April 2014 Fort hood the troop killed three people and harmed countless persons on the base and he killed himself during a firefight with military police.

After host of shooting incident occur in Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown in 2012. Four years later, lawmakers allowed Texans to openly carry firearms rather than having to hide them and carry license to carry gloss over, weapons in student place, classrooms and campus erection. Frankie Miranda, The CEO of Hispanic Federation, called for strong steps to make Latino communities attentive, such as funding to mental health services and gun control whip hand.

Governor Abbott after incident

“Governor Abbott, if you have any decency, you will immediately withdraw from this weekend’s NRA convention and urge them to hold it anywhere but Texas,” O’Rourke tweeted.

Politico reported that a spokesperson for U.S. Sen. John Cornyn said he wouldn’t attend the meeting, citing an unexpected change in his schedule that occurred before the Uvalde shooting.

It’s a tearful scene outside the family reunification center in Uvalde as parents and relatives who have been waiting for hours receive the news that their children are dead.

Joe Biden recalls other same incidents like “Texas”

President Biden addressed the nation on Tuesday night after Texas school shooting incident, in an emotionally charged speech that did not call upon Congress to vote immediately on legislation of make a specific gun control proposal. In doing so, Mr. Biden recalled decades of presidential addresses that followed such tragedies

“I had hoped when I became president I would not have to do this again,” he said, evoking the years he deplored mass shootings as vice president, including in 2012, when 20 young children and six educators were killed by a gunman at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn.

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