Texas shooter shot anybody ‘in his manner’ in grade school slaughter: police

The young shooter blamed for killing 19 understudies and two instructors at a Texas grade school Tuesday started shooting indiscriminately, as indicated by nearby police.

“The suspect made section into the school and when he made passage into the school he began shooting kids, educators, whoever’s in his way,” Texas Department of Public Safety Lt. Christopher Olivarez told KENS 5 late Tuesday.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbot recognized the suspect Tuesday as 18-year-old Salvador Ramos, an Uvalde inhabitant who was killed by police during the frenzy.
Ramos supposedly shot his grandma first Tuesday morning, then, at that point, headed to Robb Elementary School and started his lethal frenzy, perhaps wearing body protection and equipped with a long rifle.
The two instructors killed were distinguished by family members as Eva Mireles, a 44-year-old bilingual custom curriculum educator who instructed 4th grade, and Irma Garcia, who had been at Robb Elementary for a considerable length of time. Among the kids killed were Amerie Jo Garza, Xavier Lopez and Uziyah Garcia.