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Children, Teachers in Texas School Shooting Killed in Single Classroom
Families hug outside the Willie de Leon Civic Center where grief counseling will be offered in Uvalde, Texas. (Getty)
The 19 children and two teachers massacred at a South Texas elementary school were in a single fourth-grade classroom where the gunman barricaded himself, authorities said on Wednesday. Police circled Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, breaking windows in an effort to evacuate children and staff. Officers eventually breached the classroom and killed the gunman, identified as 18-year-old Salvador Ramos. [Full Story]
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