In the aftermath of the pandemic, the frequency of tragic school shootings rise again.
A horrific stat reported by Kansas City public radio . . .
"A shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas marks the 27th such school shooting in the U.S. this year. That tally includes a shooting at an Olathe high school in March, which left a resource officer and an administrator wounded."
Here's more info on today's atrocity and hopes that our blog community considers the issue thoughtfully rather than engage in conspiracy theories or the predictable partisan chatter that always emerges in the aftermath of these tragedies . . .
Fourteen students and one teacher were killed in a shooting Tuesday morning at a Texas elementary school, Gov. Greg Abbott said. The suspected shooter, who might have had a handgun and a rifle, was fatally wounded in the law enforcement response to the attack at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, about 83 miles west of San Antonio, he said.
A shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas marks the 27th such school shooting in the U.S. this year. That tally includes a shooting at an Olathe high school in March, which left a resource officer and an administrator wounded.
Uvalde, Texas school shooting: 14 students, one teacher killed, suspected shooter dead, Gov. Abbott says
A mass shooting at a Texas elementary school killed 14 children and one teacher Tuesday and the suspected gunman was killed, Gov. Greg Abbott said. Abbott identified the suspect as Salvador Romas, a Uvalde resident, who is also dead and acted alone, authorities said.
Fourteen students and a teacher were killed Tuesday in a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, the latest, horrific atrocity in a country besieged by gun violence. Governor Greg Abbott identified the shooter as Salvador Ramos, an 18-year-old who lived in Uvalde. He is dead.
"Has to stop man": Patrick Mahomes shares support for affected families after mass shooting in Texas
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes shared his support for the families affected by a mass shooting that happened in his home state of Texas Tuesday.The Chiefs QB and the world watched the horrific news break Tuesday afternoon of a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, that claimed the life of at least 14 children and one teacher."Has to stop man......
U.S. President Joe Biden asked Americans to stand up to the gun lobby and pressure members of Congress to pass sensible gun laws after the killing of at least 18 children and an adult in a Texas school shooting on Tuesday.
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