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Who was Miah Cerrillo?(Girl, 11, survived Texas shooting by smearing herself in her friend’s BLOOD while Salvador Ramos killed 19 classmates) Wiki, Bio, Age,Death,Shooting,Family, Instagram, Twitter & Quick Facts

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A FOURTH grader has recalled how she survived the Texas school shooting by smearing herself with blood to pretend to be dead.

Miah Cerrillo, 11, witnessed gunman Salvador Ramos, 18, gun down his teachers and classmates at Robb Elementary in Uvalde on Tuesday.

Miah Cerrillo, 11, survived the shooting at Robb Elementary by covering herself with blood to pretend to be dead, according to her family.

Victims

Nevaeh Bravo, one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, is seen in this undated photo obtained from social media.

Rojelio Torres, Robb Elementary School shooting victim.
Miah was reportedly injured and had bullet fragments in her back, but she was released from the hospital.

However, her aunt says that Miah is struggling to cope with the tragedy and has had panic attacks.

Another fourth grader also shared how she survived the Texas school shooting, hiding when the gunman burst in and said, “It’s time to die.”

The student said he and several of his friends ran away under a table covered with a tablecloth.

“When I heard the shots through the door, I told my friend to hide under something so he wouldn’t find us,” the boy told KENS 5.

“I was hiding a lot. And I was telling my friend not to talk because he is going to listen to us.”

The boy also shared that when cops showed up and asked those in need of help to yell, one student complied and Ramos shot him.

“One of the people in my class said ‘help’. The guy heard and came in and shot him,” she said.

Once the shooting stopped, he came out from under the table.

“I just reached out,” she added. “I went out with my friend. I knew he was the police. I saw the armor and the shield.

The boy said that his teachers, Irma García and Eva Mireles, tried to save his students.

“They were good teachers,” he shared. “They went in front of my classmates to help. To save them.

His surviving classmate Chance Aguirre, 9, told NBC News that he and other students hid in the cafeteria when the shooting began.

“We were all hiding backstage in the cafeteria when it happened,” the third grader said.

“Everyone was scared. We were all in a panic because we didn’t know what was really going on.”

Joevonni Gomez, another survivor, echoed the sentiment, saying he didn’t know what was going on when the school announced on the intercom system that there was an active shooter on campus.

The nine-year-old told WKBN that he thought, “I like what’s going on, and why this happened, and why he’s doing this.”

Joevonni said his teachers stood by the classroom door to block the bullets.

“The teacher will block the bullets with his body, so we can run and save our lives,” he said.

Among those killed was ten-year-old Amerie Jo Garza, who bravely tried to call 911 when her class was confronted by gunman Salvador Ramos.

Police later confirmed that all of the victims were in Jo de Amerie’s classroom when they were shot to death with a pistol and rifle that was allegedly in Ramos’ possession.

In total, the 18-year-old reportedly shot and killed 21 people, including two teachers.

He also allegedly shot his grandmother before entering the school, Gov. Greg Abbott said, via ABC 13.

At this time, the motive behind the school shooting is unclear, as are the details surrounding Ramos’ personal life.

However, authorities believe the gunman acted alone.

Tuesday’s assault in the majority-Latino town of Uvalde was the deadliest shooting at a US school since a gunman killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, in December. 2012.

SCHOOL TRAGEDY

Fourth-grade student Xavier López, 10, was also among the victims.

His mother had seen an awards ceremony at the school hours before the tragedy occurred.

Nine-year-old Uziyah Garcia, also a fourth grader, was also named as a victim in the shooting by her aunt Nikki Cross.

Eliahana ‘Elijah Cruz’ Torres, 10, who reportedly didn’t want to go to school Tuesday, was also killed in the shooting, her grandfather told Fox News.

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