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Texas shooter Salvador Ramos final words to teacher before shooting her dead

THE horrifying final words Texas gunman Salvador Ramos told one teacher before shooting her dead have been revealed by an 11-year-old survivor Miah Cerrillo.



THE horrifying final words Texas gunman Salvador Ramos told one teacher before shooting her dead have been revealed by an 11-year-old survivor Miah Cerrillo.

Survivor Miah Cerrillo, who witnessed gunman Salvador Ramos, 18, kill her teachers and classmates at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, has spoken out.

The fourth-grader survived the shooting at her Texas school by putting her friend’s blood on her face to make it look like she was dead.

Miah Cerrillo told CNN about the horrible day she was in the classroom where 19 of her classmates and two of her teachers were killed in a mass shooting.

Miah said that she and her classmates were in a classroom with two teachers, Eva Mireles and Irma Garcia, watching the movie “Lilo and Stitch.” She told CNN’s “New Day” that the students had finished their lessons when the teachers heard there was a shooter in the building.

Miah says the shooter was right there when the teacher went to lock the door, and the shooter shot out the window in the door.

She said that everything happened so quickly. Her teacher walked back into the classroom, and the gunman came after her. She told CNN that he looked at one of the teachers and said “Goodnight” before shooting her.

He started shooting, and many of Miah’s friends and the other teacher were hurt. She said that bullets went by her and that pieces hit her in the head and shoulders. The girl was later taken to the hospital and treated for her injuries. She told CNN that pieces of her hair were now falling out.

Miah said that after the gunman shot people in her class, he went through a door into a classroom next door. In that classroom, she heard screams and the sound of shots. She says that when the shooting stopped, the shooter started playing loud, sad music.

The girl and her friend were able to get the phone from her dead teacher and call 911 for help. She told a dispatcher, “Please come, we’re in trouble,” she said.

Miah said that she was afraid that the shooter would come back to her classroom and kill her and a few other friends who were still alive. So, she put her hands in the blood of a classmate who was already dead and smeared it all over herself to act like she was dead.

Miah said that it felt like she had been lying there with her friends for three hours, covered in her classmate’s blood.

She told CNN that she assumed the cops had not yet arrived at the scene.

She reported hearing subsequently that cops were waiting outside the school. As she described this portion of the tale to CNN, she began to cry and express her confusion as to why they did not come inside and save them.

According to Miah’s mother, her daughter is traumatized and unable to sleep. The child’s parents have created a GoFundMe page in order to cover the cost of her therapy.

Miah sat for the interview wrapped in a blanket despite the warm weather, in an effort to remain covered.

During the interview, Miah’s mobile alarm accidently went off, and she was noticeably frightened by the noise. Her mother stated that this has been occurring frequently and mentioned a previous instance at a car wash where the sound of the vacuum cleaner “totally set her off.”

Miah was too scared to talk on camera or to a man about what she went through, but she told CNN she wanted to tell her story so people could know what it’s like to live through a school shooting. She says she hopes it will help keep other kids from going through something like this.

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