Chilling details of calls for help from school children in Uvalde, Texas

Houston.- A few days after the slaughter of 19 students and two teachers from a Uvalde Texas Schoolit was revealed that the victims performed several 911 calls to alert about the attack; This was announced by Steven McCraw, director of the Department of Public Safety.

During a press conference, McCraw described the calls as follows.

A person whose name remains withheld called 911 at 12:03 p.m. and said he was in room 112. The call lasted one minute and 23 seconds.

At 12:10, he called again from room 112 and reported that there were several dead. Three minutes after the second call, she dialed the 911 emergency number again.

The victim called back at 12:16 and said there were eight to nine students alive.

At 12:19, another person called 911 and reported that he was in room 111. This individual hung up, before saying his name, upon receiving the order from another student.

In the call that 911 received at 12:21, three shots were heard.

At 12:36 a call was recorded that lasted 21 seconds. The person initially returned the call. The original caller returned the call. The student called back and was asked to stay on the line and be quiet. She told the 911 operator that the shooter fired at the door.

At around 12:43 p.m. and 12:47 p.m., he asked 911 to dispatch the police immediately.

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At 12:46, he said he couldn’t, that he could hear the police at the other door. At 12:50 gunshots are heard. At 12:51 in the call, the officers can be heard removing the children from the room.

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