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A transcript of a 911 call by one of the students in Uvalde’s classroom that was targeted by Ramos Salvador has revealed that one of the two teachers killed in the massacre may have survived had the police not been killed for an hour. had been waiting to take out the shooter.

“There are many bodies,” 10-year-old Khloie Torres told a 911 dispatcher on May 24 at 12:10 a.m. after Ramos opened fire on Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, the New York Times reported.

Khloie added that one of her teachers had been shot but still alive and begged for help.

“I don’t want to die, my teacher is dead, my teacher is dead, please send help, send help for my teacher, she was shot but still alive,” the desperate girl pleaded.

The 10-year-old stayed on the line for about 17 minutes – and after 11 minutes, the sound of gunshots could be heard in the background.

“There are many bodies,” 10-year-old Khloie Torres (pictured with her parents) told a 911 emergency center at 12:10 a.m. on the day of the Texas school shooting.

Teacher Irma Garcia (pictured) struggled to find the keys to the door and by the time she found the right key, 18-year-old gunman Salvador Ramos was standing at the door

Teacher Irma Garcia (pictured) struggled to find the keys to the door and by the time she found the right key, 18-year-old gunman Salvador Ramos was standing at the door

Khloie said her classroom in grade 112 was watching a movie when her teacher, Irma Garcia, told the class to lock up — turn off the movie and rush to lock the classroom door, reported the Times.

But Garcia struggled to find the keys to the door, and by the time she found the right key, 18-year-old gunman Salvador Ramos was at the door.

“He grabbed the door and opened it,” Khloie said.

While Khloie and her classmates hid under tables, she said she heard Ramos say “you’re going to die” and fired his rifle as Garcia tried to protect her students.

The 10-year-old said she also heard Ramos say “good night” before firing at her classmates.

When a student who was beaten yelled “I’ve been shot,” he caught the attention of Ramos, who returned to the injured child and shot them, Khloie told the Times.

As Ramos moved between the adjacent classrooms, Khloie said she jumped at the chance to call out softly: ‘Is anyone okay? Is anyone injured?’ to which a classmate replied: ‘Yes’

Khloie's 911 Call Is Another Evidence Showing That If Police Had Acted Faster, Lives Could Have Been Saved

Khloie’s 911 Call Is Another Evidence Showing That If Police Had Acted Faster, Lives Could Have Been Saved

School district police continue to be criticized for their handling of the shooting

School district police continue to be criticized for their handling of the shooting

In a bombing in the aftermath of the shooting, Texas Department of Public Safety chief Steven McCraw criticized Chief Pete Arredondo for failing to engage Ramos.

During a bombshell presser in the aftermath of the shooting, Texas Department of Public Safety chief Steven McCraw criticized Chief Pete Arredondo for failing to engage Ramos.

“Be quiet so he doesn’t come back here,” Khloie replied.

She said one of her other classmates asked for help getting Mrs. Garcia’s body off her.

The 10-year-old’s call came 37 minutes after Ramos entered the campus and a full 40 minutes before authorities dove in and shot the gunman.

Her 911 call is another piece of evidence showing that if the police had acted faster, lives could have been saved.

“I don’t understand why anyone hasn’t gone in,” Khloie’s mother Jamie Torres told the Times.

Torres said, although there would have been casualties? ‘it would have been much less than 21’

In a bombing in the aftermath of the shooting, Texas Department of Public Safety chief Steven McCraw reprimanded Chief Pete Arredondo for failing to deal with Ramos, falsely believing the teen was done killing. and hid from the police.

“Looking back, from where I am now, it was obviously not the right decision. It was the wrong decision, period,” McCraw said.

The state security officer’s allegation comes as the school district police continue to be critically investigated for their handling of the shooting.

McCraw revealed 911 calls had been made by students while they were locked in class with Ramos, while Arredondo and his men waited outside the room for more than an hour.

In the end, Border Patrol agents rushing to the crime scene after hearing the incident on scanners broke through the locked classroom door, with one fatally shooting Ramos.

According to a law enforcement official who spoke anonymously to The New York Times, the officers were puzzled as to why they were told not to enter the school and engage the gunman.

Uvalde School District Police Chief Pete Arredondo reportedly did not have his radio with him when he arrived at the Robb Elementary School shooting that killed 21 people, including 19 children.

Uvalde School District Police Chief Pete Arredondo reportedly did not have his radio with him when he arrived at the Robb Elementary School shooting that killed 21 people, including 19 children.

McCraw alleged that Arredondo, who identified the district chief by title and not name, miscalculated in assuming that the active gunman situation had become a barricade event.

Arredondo, 50, is at the center of reactions from parents who wonder if their children could have been saved.

Arredondo believed Ramos was barricaded alone inside the building, and waited more than an hour before breaking through the classrooms – where 19 children and two teachers had been killed.

It continues the theme of the story about Uvalde School District police’s attempts to stop the gunman from shifting, including a teacher who was initially wrongly blamed for leaving a door open through which Ramos could get in. . It has since been confirmed by the Texas Department of Public Safety that he entered through an unlocked door.

It was revealed last week that the Uvalde Schools police were ignoring several protocols of their own active target practice, which they had practiced just two months ago.

Arredondo has spoken to the Texas Rangers, who are interviewing the investigation into the massacre on behalf of the state’s Department of Public Safety.

The Rangers, the U.S. Department of Justice and the local district attorney’s office are all investigating.

A minute-by-minute look at how officers waited outside the classroom as kids called 911 after a gunman walked through a door propped open by a teacher

11.28 am: Gunman crashes truck, gets out of car with AR-15

He is seen by witnesses at a funeral home next to the school who tell 911 they see a man with a gun walking towards the school

11.31: Gunner is now hiding between vehicles in the school parking lot, firing at the building

11.32: School counselor arriving in patrol car after hearing 911 call about truck accident drives past gunman

11.33: Shooter enters the school and starts shooting in room 111/room 112. He shoots over 100 shots

11.35: Three police officers enter the same open door as the Uvalde police suspect. They were later followed by another four, making a total of seven officers on the scene

Three first officers went straight to the door and received abrasions from him while the door was closed. They hang back

11.37: Another 16 shots fired in the classroom by the gunman

11.51: Police sergeant and USB agents arrive

12.03: Agents keep on coming. No less than 19 officers in that hallway at that moment

At the same time, a girl from class calls 112 and whispers that she is in room 112

The shooter left the AR-15 next to his pickup truck.  He bought the gun two days after his 18th birthday

The shooter left the AR-15 next to his pickup truck. He bought the gun two days after his 18th birthday

12.10 pm: The same girl calls back and advises ‘there are multiple deaths’

12.13 pm: Same girl calling again

12.16 pm: The same girl calls for help for the fourth time in 13 minutes

12.15 pm: BORTAC (SWAT) Members Arrive With Shields

12.16 pm: Same unidentified girl calls 911 and says there are ‘8-9 students alive’ in class 112

12.19 pm: Another child from class 111 calls. She hangs up when another student tells her to be quiet

12:21 pm: Shooter shoots again

12:26 pm: One of the girls who previously called 911 calls back. She says the shooter just ‘shot the door’

12:43 pm: That girl’s girl is still on the line. She says please send the police now

12.50 pm: Police finally break through door with janitor’s keys and kill gunman

12:51 pm Cops start taking children out of the room

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