The Texas shooter posted his weapons on Instagram 3 days before the massacre



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The Texas shooter posted his weapons on Instagram 3 days before the massacre

At least 19 children and two adults were killed in a shooting at an elementary school in Texas. The shooting occurred at 11:17 a.m. Texas time at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, a small town in southwest Texas. A photo of two AR15 rifles was posted on the Instagram profile of the suspected attacker from Uvalde just three days before the massacre at an elementary school in Texas.

This photo was published on the story of the user "salv8dor_" Numerous school colleagues have confirmed that the profile belongs to the suspected attacker Salvador Ramos, who was killed by the police during the attack, CNN reports.

Ramos' profile on TikTok has only one post, and that is a video from a mobile game. The profile description below the profile photo reads: "Kids be scared irl" Father of Parkland school shooting victim, Fred Guttenberg: "We know the next one is going to happen because we haven’t done anything to fix it" “This has been a horrific day.

It doesn’t matter how much time passes, it brings you right back to that minute. I can’t stop thinking about these families today who need to figure out how they’re going to bury their children, who need to figure out how they’re going to console their other children, who need to figure out how they’re going to deal with the reality that they had other children likely in that school who are going to have PTSD, who need to figure out a eulogy,” Guttenberg said, per CNN.

Police announced that 18-year-old striker Salvador Ramos is also dead. More than 10 children were injured and one woman and a girl are in critical condition. It is a school attended by students up to the fourth grade. There are about 500 of them and most of them are of Hispanic origin and poor economic status.

An investigation is underway and more information is expected today.

Authorities say 18-year-old Salvador Ramos opened fire at an elementary school in South Texas about 130 kilometers west of San Antonio, killing at least 19 children and two adults before he himself was killed when police intervened.

Authorities believe he acted alone. Two police officers were slightly injured, and a girl and an elderly person were transported to the hospital in critical condition. It is the deadliest attack in U.S. elementary schools since twenty children and six teachers were killed in a shooting at Sandy Hook School in Connecticut ten years ago.