Updates: Mass shooting at Uvalde, Texas elementary school

Gov. Greg Abbott stated the shooter can also be lifeless and was seemingly shot by responding officers.

UVALDE, Texas — Fifteen people were killed Tuesday in a mass shooting at a Uvalde, Texas elementary school, according to authorities.

Officials said 14 students and one teacher were killed. They also said the gunman was killed, likely by responding officers.

The Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District stated the lively shooter state of affairs was reported at Robb Elementary School, which has an enrollment of just below 600 college students, simply earlier than midday. They stated all campuses have been positioned underneath lockdown because of the gunfire. Officials stated second, third and fourth graders attend the school.

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According to Gov. Greg Abbott, the 18-year-old shooter deserted his car and entered the school with at least one gun and opened hearth. Abbott stated the shooter is believed to be Salvador Ramos, who’s from Uvalde.

Here’s the update provided by Abbott:

Authorities stated they consider Ramos acted alone.

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The district stated that town’s civic heart was getting used as a reunification heart.

Several others have been injured, however it’s unclear how many individuals have been injured or how extreme their accidents have been.

The Texas Department of Public Safety is aiding with the investigation.

Here’s the update officials provided after the shooting:

Abbott assertion

Abbott launched the next assertion on the shooting:

“Texans across the state are grieving for the victims of this senseless crime and for the community of Uvalde. Cecilia and I mourn this horrific loss and we urge all Texans to come together to show our unwavering support to all who are suffering. We thank the courageous first responders who worked to finally secure Robb Elementary School. I have instructed the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Texas Rangers to work with local law enforcement to fully investigate this crime. The Texas Division of Emergency Management is charged with providing local officials all resources necessary to respond to this tragedy as the State of Texas works to ensure the community has what it needs to heal.”

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President assertion

President Joe Biden is predicted to handle the mass shooting when he returns to the White House.

Here’s an announcement from Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre:

“President Biden has been briefed on the horrific news of the elementary school shooting in Texas and will continue to be briefed regularly as information becomes available. His prayers are with the families impacted by this awful event, and he will speak this evening when he arrives back at the White House.”

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