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Amerie Jo Garza, a 10-year-old girl, heroically called 911 to ask for help during Salvador Ramos’s shooting rampage at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. She was sitting at her desk when the killer warned them that they were going to die. She bravely tried to call 911 but died in the hail of bullets according to the The Daily Mail.

Amerie, like the other victims, was murdered in cold blood by the 18-year-old who was ultimately killed in a confrontation with police. He had entered the school with a pistol and a long gun, wearing body armor, and committed the horrific massacre that ended the lives of 19 children and two teachers.


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Police sources revealed that before entering the school, the young man also killed his grandmother. On the other hand, Amerie Jo Garza’s grandmother, Berlinda Irene Arreola, reported that her granddaughter heard the attacker say to the whole class, “You’re going to die.” Then the little girl, who had her cell phone, called 911.

The murderer walked up to her, took her cell phone, and killed her in cold blood. According to her grandmother: “She was sitting right next to her best friend. Her best friend was covered in her blood.”


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Distraught families gathered at a civic center and took to social media to remember their loved ones and make desperate calls for help to find their missing children, as the death toll in the horrific shooting at a Texas elementary school rose to at least 19 students. Authorities said the gunman also killed two adults.

As night fell, the names of those killed in the attack on Robb High School in Uvalde on Tuesday began to emerge. At the civic center, a man walked away sobbing into the phone as he said, “He’s gone.” At the rear of the building, a woman alternately cried and yelled into her cell phone, shaking her fist and stamping her feet. Filed Under: Heroin Texas School Shooting


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Manny Renfro said he received word on Tuesday that his grandson, 8-year-old Uziyah Garcia, was among those killed. “He was the sweetest boy I have ever met,” he stated. “I’m not saying this just because he was my grandson.” Renfro said that Uziyah last visited him in San Angelo during spring break.

“We started throwing the football together and I was teaching him pass patterns. Such a fast little boy and he could catch a ball so good,” he added. “There were some plays that I would name and he would remember, and he would do them exactly as we had practiced them.” Teacher Eva Mireles was remembered as a loving mother and wife.

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