List Of All The 21 Victims Who Died In The Texas School Shooting

Officials identified Salvador Ramos, 18, as the sole shooter in the incident. Here’s the heartbreaking list of all the 21 victims who died in the Texas school shooting at his hands.

The identities of the 21 people killed in a Texas school shooting on May 24, comprising 19 children, have been revealed.

According to her aunt, Lydia Martinez Delgado, who talked to ABC7, Eva Mireles, 44, was one of two teachers murdered in the incident at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde.

Adalynn Mireles, Mireles’ daughter, paid homage to her mother on Twitter on Wednesday morning, writing, “My sweet mommy, I will miss you forever.”

Xavier Lopez, 10, was identified as a second victim, according to his cousin Lisa Garza.

According to the Associated Press, “he was just a loving 10-year-old little boy, just enjoying life, not knowing that this tragedy was going to happen today.”

Uziyah Garcia, Manny Renfro’s 8-year-old grandson, was killed in the incident. Renfro described him as “the sweetest little boy that I’ve ever known.” “I’m not just saying that because he was my grandkid.”

Uziyah Garcia in San Angelo, Texas, in March 2022. (Manny Renfro via AP)

Javier Cazares revealed he learned out about his 9-year-old daughter Jacklyn Cazares’ death in her classroom on Tuesday afternoon. She was with a group of five girls, including Annabelle Rodriguez, her second cousin, who forged a close friendship.

Cazares responded, “They are all gone now.”

In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Jailah Silguero’s mother, Veronica Luevanos, stated that her 10-year-old daughter loved to make TikTok videos.

“‘She told her father, ‘Can I stay home?” Luevanos told Univision as well. “I think she knew something would happen.”

The shooting also claimed the life of Jailah’s cousin.

Alexandria Aniyah Rubio, one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, in an undated photograph obtained from social media. (Courtesy of Alexandria Aniyah Rubio’s Family via Reuters)

Another schoolteacher who died, Irma Garcia, was mourned as a mother of 4 kids on a GoFundMe page.

“Sweet, kind, loving. Fun with the greatest personality,” the page read. “She sacrificed herself protecting the kids in her classroom. She was a hero.”

“Sweet, kind, loving. Fun with the greatest personality,” the page read. “She sacrificed herself protecting the kids in her classroom. She was a hero.”

Angel Garza, a medical aide at the school who has a stepdaughter there, arrived shortly after the shooting and found himself assisting kids who were wounded and terrified.

He inquired if one of the girls had been shot because she was covered in blood.

“I’m not hurt. He shot my best friend,” the girl said. “She’s not breathing. She was just trying to call the cops.”

Then she revealed that the friend was his stepdaughter, Amerie Jo Garza.

Amerie was a cheerful little girl who had just received her first cell phone for turning ten and had just received a certificate for achieving the honor roll the morning of the shooting. She also enjoyed painting, drawing, and working with clay.

This undated handout photo provided by Siria Arizmendi shows her niece, Eliahna García, 10. García was among those killed in the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24, 2022. (Siria Arizmendi via AP)

Stephen Garcia and Jennifer Lugo, Eliahna Garcia’s parents, stated she died in the incident as well.

Eliahna Garcia’s relatives remembers her devotion for her family when she was ten years old. Siria Arizmendi, a fifth-grade teacher at Flores Elementary School in the same district, described Eliahna as “very happy and outgoing.” “She loved to dance and play sports. She was big into family, enjoyed being with the family. “

Faith Mata, Tess Mata’s sister, paid tribute to her in a Twitter post, reporting her death.

“My precious angel you are loved so deeply,” Faith wrote. “In my eyes you are not a victim but a survivor. I love you always and past forever baby sister, may your wings soar higher then you could ever dream. Till we meet again Tess Marie, love your big sissy.”

Tess Mata in an undated image obtained from social media. (Courtesy of Tess Mata’s Family via Reuters)

Jayce Luevanos, according to a GoFundMe campaign, was another victim.

“The Cardona family is asking for any and all help both monetarily, for funeral expenses, as well as prayers for their family,” the page says.

According to her aunt, Eliahana “Elijah” Cruz Torres, 10, was looking forward to her team’s final softball game before her death.

“I talked to her last night,” her aunt told KENS-TV, “and she was kind of nervous, saying that it was her last game, and she didn’t want softball to end.”

Claudia Perez Sanchez reported on social media that a member of her family had died.

“Prayers to all the families and kids. This is so heartbreaking ,” she expressed her sorrow. Sanchez verified Maite’s death in an updated post.

The death of another victim, Nevaeh Bravo, was verified on Twitter by her relative, according to the Los Angeles Times.

“Unfortunately my beautiful Nevaeh was one of the many victims from todays tragedy,” she wrote. “Thank you for the support and help. Rest in peace my sweet girl, you didn’t deserve this.”

Kadence Elizabeth, Makenna Lee Elrod’s sister, verified the child’s death on Twitter on Tuesday.

“My baby sister has finally been found in a classroom … thank you for everyone sending their love to my family and I,” she wrote. “All I ask is that you hug your loved ones tonight and tell them you love them, you never know when you won’t have the chance to anymore.”

Alithia Ramirez was among the victims, according to Rosemarie Ramirez, the aunt of one of the victims. “I want the families to know that they’re not alone. We’re all grieving,” she says. “My whole family is devastated.”

“She loved to draw,” Rosemarie said. “It’s the last thing she gave me.”

FBI public affairs officials arrive at the Uvalde High School auditorium for an update with state and local officials the day after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary, in Uvalde, Texas, on May 25, 2022. (Charlotte Cuthbertson/The Epoch Times)

Jackie Cazares, ten years old, died in her fourth-grade classroom on Tuesday, according to her father, Jacinto Cazares.

“My baby girl has been taken away from my family and I,” the father posted on social media.

Annabell Rodriguez, ten, and her cousin, Jackie Cazares, ten, were also killed in Tuesday’s tragedy, according to Annabell’s aunt Polly Flores.

Deanna Miller, Miranda Mathis’ cousin, confirmed the 11-year-death old’s on social media, writing: “My sweet baby cousin we loved u dearly I’m so sorry this happen to u baby please keep my family in your prayer.”

Officials identified Salvador Ramos, 18, as the sole shooter in the incident. Ramos shot his grandma in the head, according to Texas Governor Greg Abbott, before going on a rampage at Robb Elementary.

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  1. Did the shooter have ties to certain three-letter agencies like the ones before him?
    And what a coincidence it happened in a Republican state! These nasty gun owners! As we all know, the deep state hates a population under arms.

  2. Most people don’t know what a false flag is. It’s too hard for people to understand the extent, the depth and the agenda involved in creating news. Much of it is filmed with actors. Sandy Hook had hired crisis actors. I believe this is just a similar event.

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