The Texas school shooter’s grandma, who he shot in the face prior to killing 19 children and two educators, might very well at no point ever have the option to talk in the future, an overall told The Post on Sunday.
“The slug went into Sally’s jaw only close to her mouth and broke every one of her teeth,”
said Jason Ybarra, a second cousin of harmed granny Celia “Sally” Martinez Gonzales, 66.
“On the off chance that the slug was an inch toward another path, it would have blown her brains out,”
“She’s doing genuinely well, taking into account what occurred. Be that as it may, she might very well at no point ever have the option to talk in the future,”
added Ybarra, 45.
Martinez Gonzales is as of now just conveying by composing, Ybarra said.
She was the main survivor of Salvador Ramos on Tuesday, before he started shooting at guiltless kids and educators inside Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
The grandmother has had a few medical procedures as of now for her injuries, including one Sunday, and will have various more, Ybarra said.
Rolando Reyes, her significant other, told The Post on Thursday his better half was
“She had a notebook where she writes what she’s trying to say, but when we can’t make it out, she gets frustrated,”
Ramos had been staying with his grandparents the past two or three months before he went on his deadly shooting spree.