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'Good night': Uvalde school shooting survivors describe gunman's words before opening fire

Survivors of the Robb Elementary School shooting are recounting the gunman's eerie final words of "Good night" and "You're all gonna die" before opening fire.

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Survivors of the Robb Elementary School shooting are recounting the gunman’s eerie final words of "Good night" and "You’re all gonna die" before opening fire.

Highlights

  • 11-year-old Miah Cerrillo, 11, said the gunman looked at one of her teachers in the eye and said, “Good night” before shooting her.
  • Samuel Salinas, 10, was a student in teacher Irma Garcia’s class on Tuesday when the shooting unfolded.
  • Samuel said he survived by playing dead after he got hit in the leg with shrapnel that hit a chair between him and the shooter.
  • Police now say it took over an hour from the first 911 call to stop the massacre in Uvalde, Texas, to take out the gunman.
  • The shooter, Salvador Ramos, 18, was killed at the scene.