Ameri Jo Garza’s father is a health worker. He went on to help Uvalde’s children without knowing that his own daughter was one of the victims.
- shooting in Uvalde The parents were ready to enter the school as the SWAT team did not come.
- direct witness “My granddaughter was an innocent girl who loved her school and wanted summer to come.”
Angel Garza is a paramedic, so when he heard there was a shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, he rushed to help. “A girl was covered in blood from head to toe. I thought she was hurt, I asked her what had happened. She told me she was fine… She was hysterical and said her best friend was shot was killed, that they killed him. His best friend, who was no longer breathing,” an emotional Garza told CNN reporter Anderson Cooper on Wednesday.
“I asked the girl her name, and… she said: Amery.” This is how a devastated father learned that his 10-year-old daughter was one of the victims of the massacre that killed 19 children and two teachers last Tuesday in a small Texas town that was 18 years old. An armed man of K.K. – an old boy with two semi-automatic rifles.
Amery died trying to call the police. “I just want people to know that she was trying to save her classmates,” said the father, “she wanted to save them all.”
The saddest image of the deputy sheriff
One of the most viral and moving pictures of Texas Massacre Sheriff’s deputy blonde flickswho went to school to find her daughter as a professional like Garza kimberly was one of the victims. In the picture, he is seen with a lost look while a group of neighbors are comforting his wife, who is in pain.
The sheriff’s deputy asked on CNN that his daughter “doesn’t have a number.” “It’s enough. No one should go through this,” he said, “we didn’t have to go through it, but here we are. Violence, weapons. I’m a police officer, enough of it.”
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