At least 2 useless, multiple injured after “active shooter” reported at Texas school

At least two folks have been killed, a 66-year-old lady is in important situation and a number of other others have been hospitalized, based on two hospitals, after an “active shooter” was reported at a Texas elementary school.

The shooter, who prompted a district-wide lockdown on Tuesday, is now in custody, police stated. 

The Uvalde Memorial Hospital said it acquired 13 kids from ambulance and buses for therapy, and that two individuals who arrived at the hospital have been deceased. A second hospital said it’s caring for one youngster and one grownup. That hospital, University Health, stated a 66-year-old lady is in important situation. 

Though the main points of the capturing are unclear, the district stated that there had been an “active shooter” at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas. 

The Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District — situated about an hour and a half west of San Antonio — tweeted that there’s “an active shooter at Robb Elementary,” including, “Law enforcement is on site. Your cooperation is needed at this time by not visiting the campus. As soon as more information is gathered it will be shared.” 

The Uvalde County Sheriff’s Office informed CBS News {that a} trainer had been shot. Neither the police division nor the school confirmed that info. 

Shooting reported near elementary school in Uvalde, Texas
Law enforcement personnel guard the scene of a suspected capturing close to Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, May 24, 2022.


At roughly 2:00 p.m. native time, the district stated mother and father have been cleared to choose up their kids at the native civic middle. 

The Uvalde Police Department stated in a Facebook submit that there was an “active police scene” and a big police presence at the school and urged residents to keep away from the realm. 

Earlier Tuesday, the district stated all campuses had been positioned on lockdown on account of “gunshots in the area,” however stated “the students and staff are safe in the buildings.”

This is a creating story. It will likely be up to date. 

Back to top button