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View The FACES OF FEAR: New pictures show alarmed kids running from Uvalde school slaughter

View The FACES OF FEAR: New pictures show alarmed kids running from Uvalde school slaughter

View The FACES OF FEAR: New pictures show alarmed kids running from Uvalde school slaughter

Sensational new pictures from the Uvalde, Texas school slaughter show cops pulling terrified youngsters from the windows of the structure while a frenzied shooter is as yet locked inside.

Photographs show crying young ladies and young men in full run, running from Robb Elementary School on Tuesday as officials guide them across a green fix toward well-being.

Neighborhood police and US Customs and Border Protection specialists are found in the pictures, assisting open a window with assisting messes with noticeable looks of fear on their overcomes.

The new pictures are the most recent to arise beyond the school as questions twirl about policing to the mass shooting, which left 19 youngsters and two grown-ups dead.

Past recordings showed frantic guardians begging officials to storm the structure, as police seemed to remain back outside. A few guardians prepared to head into the actual structure, the pictures showed.

In excess of twelve police were inside the structure while 18-year-old shooter Salvador Ramos was stayed in two interlocking homerooms and two panicked youths called 911 on different occasions asking for help as they saw the butcher – however cops remained back for over 40 minutes as opposed to break the entryway, a top cop said Friday.

Police officers help terrified children climb out of a window outside Robb Elementary School during the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
Law enforcement agencies Uvalde, Texas were initially criticized for not responding to the school shooting quickly enough.
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Police officers escort children to safety through the grass outside Robb Elementary School.
Police officers escort children to safety through the grass outside Robb Elementary School.
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Both local authorities and border agents rushed to Robb Elementary School to rescue children.
Both local authorities and border agents rushed to Robb Elementary School to rescue children.
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Police and other enforcement agenices rescue terrified students through windows during Texas school massacre - Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, U.S. May 24, 2022. CREDIT: Pete Luna/Uvalde Leader-News
A law enforcement officer puts his hands up showing children where to run for refuge.
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A police officer helps a boy run to safety.
A police officer helps a boy run to safety.
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Police and other enforcement agenices rescue terrified students through windows during Texas school massacre - Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, U.S. May 24, 2022
Several law enforcement officers arrived at the scene of the mass shooting on a truck.
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Col. Steven McCraw, director of the Texas Department of Public Safety, admitted cops bungled when they mistakenly changed the approach to the standoff from an open shooter situation to a

“barricaded suspect” situation.

“With the benefit of hindsight, where I’m sitting now, of course it was not the right decision, it was the wrong decision, period,”

McCraw told reporters at a news conference on Friday.

“There was no excuse for that.”

Police and other enforcement agenices rescue terrified students through windows during Texas school massacre - Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, U.S. May 24, 2022
Authorities found this rifle that Ramos left in his truck at the scene of the mass shooting.
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Local police officers are seen opening more windows outside a classroom.
Local police officers are seen opening more windows outside a classroom.
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Local authorities instruct students to form a line while running out of the school.
Local authorities instruct students to form a line while running out of the school.
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Local authorities were criticized by parents for allowing alleged gunman Salvador Ramos to wreck havoc for approximately 40 minutes.
Local authorities were criticized by parents for allowing alleged gunman Salvador Ramos to wreck havoc for approximately 40 minutes.
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Police officers help terrified children climb out of a window outside Robb Elementary School during the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
Police officers help terrified children climb out of a window outside Robb Elementary School during the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
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It is not known how many children were saved during the chaotic rescue.
It is not known how many children were saved during the chaotic rescue.
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A border patrol agent is seen carrying a girl on his shoulders.
A border patrol agent is seen carrying a girl on his shoulders.
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The call was made by school district police Chief Pete Arredondo, McCraw said. Ramos had crashed a pickup truck in a ditch near the school just before 11:30 a.m. and marched into the school through a door left propped open by a teacher.

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He fired off more than 100 shots in the rampage as he locked himself in Rooms 111 and 112. It wasn’t until 12:50 p.m. that a tactical unit opened the door using a janitor’s key and fatally shot Ramos.

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