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A MOTHER saw her son at a school awards ceremony, just hours before he was shot to death by teenager Salvador Ramos in a massacre in Texas.
Xavier López’s mother did not know that it would be the last time she would see the 10-year-old fourth-grade girl alive.
Xavier Lopez was one of at least 19 students killed in a mass shooting at a Texas elementary school.
Ramos, 18, has been identified as the gunman who opened fire inside the school in Uvalde on Tuesday.
López has been identified as one of the victims of the bloodbath, reported ABC13.
Nine-year-old Uziyah Garcia, also a fourth grader, was also named as a victim in the shooting by her aunt Nikki Cross.
Her uncle Mitch Renfro wrote on Facebook: “My nephew was the victim of a school shooting today.”
Eliahana ‘Elijah Cruz’ Torres, 10, reportedly didn’t want to go to school on Tuesday, her grandfather told Fox News.
And Jennifer and Steven Lugo revealed that her daughter Ellie had died.
They said she had been missing for hours.
In a heartbreaking Facebook post, Steven said: “It’s hard to make a statement about anything right now, my mind is going 1000 miles an hour… but I want to send our thoughts and prayers to those who didn’t make it home either.” tonight!!!
Our Ellie was a doll and she was the happiest of them all.”
“Mom and dad love you, never forget it and please try to stay by our side.”
Amerie Jo Garza had turned 10, just a few weeks before she was killed.
Ella’s grieving father, Angel de Ella, told ABC News: “She has been found. My little love now flies high with the angels above.”
Uvalde School District Police Chief Pete Arredondo said all of the dead and injured students are in second, third and fourth grades.
He too fears the children will go missing as worried parents frantically search for answers.
Federico Torres told KHOU that he has not yet received information about his 10-year-old son Rogelio.
And Annabelle Guadalupe, also 10, is also feared missing.
Eva Mireles, a fourth grade teacher, was also killed in the massacre.
Her aunt Lydia Martínez Delgado told ABC News: “I am furious that these shootings continue. These children are innocent. Rifles shouldn’t be readily available to everyone.
“This is my hometown, a small community of less than 20,000 people. I never imagined this would happen especially to loved ones…All we can do is pray hard for our country, state, schools and especially everyone’s families.”
Footage shared online captured the moment Ramos inched toward the school before the rampage.
A series of chilling red flags have also been raised in the wake of the bloodbath.