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Texas school shooting: What we know about the victims in Uvalde

DALLAS - Only days before the end of school, a mass shooting has devastated the community of Uvalde in south Texas. A total of 21 people were killed including 19 children and two teachers.The Texas Department of Public Safety said 18-year-old Salvador Ramos first shot his grandmother, who is still alive.

He later crashed his truck outside Robb Elementary School in Uvalde before entering the school in body armor and opening fire with a rifle.Investigators have not revealed a motive but said the gunman barricaded himself in a classroom, shooting anyone in his way. He died in a shootout with police.Police have not formally identified the victims from the mass shooting, but some family members are sharing pictures.

Here's what we know so far about the victims.Hours after the attack, many families were still waiting for answers."I was working, and I got info that my daughter was at the school where they were shooting, and I waited for more details. Now I’ve come back looking for my daughter and I can’t find her now," said Jesse Rodriguez. Rodriguez later found out his daughter was among those killed.

He shared photos of 10-year-old Annabelle Guadalupe Rodriguez and said her cousin in the same third grade classroom also died.READ MORE: Uvalde, Texas elementary school shooting: How to help, where to donate bloodFamily members identified 10-year-old Xavier Lopez. His mother had just attended an awards ceremony at the school, not realizing it would be the last time she would see him."He was just a loving 10-year-old little boy, just enjoying life, not knowing that this tragedy was going to happen today," his cousin, Lisa Garza, told the Associated Press.

"He was very bubbly, loved to dance with his brothers, his mom. This has

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DALLAS - Only days before the end of school, a mass shooting has devastated the community of Uvalde in south Texas. A total of 21 people were killed including 19 children and two teachers.The Texas Department of Public Safety said 18-year-old Salvador Ramos first shot his grandmother, who is still alive.
UVALDE, Texas - The United States is still in shock following the mass shooting at a Uvalde elementary school. Many are wondering what they can do to can help the community of Uvalde. The shooting left 19 children and two adults dead on Tuesday.

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