Texas school shooter Salvador Ramos said ‘goodnight’ to teacher

Twisted killer Salvador Ramos played sad music during his slaughter in Texas – which began by saying “goodnight” to a female teacher before gunning her, a student survivor recalled in a harrowing new interview.

Miah Cerrillo, the quick-thinking 11-year-old who covered herself in her murdered friend’s blood to feign death, revealed chilling details of Tuesday’s carnage at Robb Primary School in Uvalde.

She told CNN that her fourth grader was watching the Disney movie Lilo & Stitch on Tuesday morning when both of their teachers received an alert about an active gunman.

One of the educators rushed to lock the door to their classroom – but Ramos, 18, was already there and blasted his way in by shooting out a window in the door, the traumatized girl revealed in an off-camera interview.

Cerrillo saw Ramos push the teacher back into the room and intentionally make eye contact with her – before saying “good night” and blasting her to death, she told the network.

She has not identified which of the two murdered teachers – Irma Garcia, 46, and Eva Mireles, 44 – was shot first.

But Ramos quickly killed the other governess, as well as many of the 19 children he would later murder, said Cerrillo, who was also injured by fragments striking her head, shoulders and back.

Police walk by after a shooting May 24, 2022 near Robb Elementary School.
Police walk near Robb Elementary School after the May 24, 2022 shooting.
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After the initial exchange of gunfire, Ramos went into the adjoining classroom – and Cerrillo heard screams as more of her friends were slaughtered.

Ramos then started playing loud, sad music, she said – describing it to CNN as “I want people to die” music.

While he was in the next room, Cerrillo stuck her hand in the blood oozing from one of her slain friends and rubbed it over herself to make herself look dead, she said.

Children board a school bus as police officers guard the scene of an alleged shooting near Robb Elementary School.
Children board a school bus as police officers guard the scene of the Robb Elementary School shooting.
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During this time, Cerrillo and a friend also snatched a phone belonging to one of their dead teachers to make a frantic call to 911 – one of several who came in from the school during the massacre.

She told CNN that she begged the dispatcher, “Please come, please come — we’re in trouble!”

The brave young woman then lay still for more than an hour – reportedly on top of her murdered friend to make it look more convincing – before police finally rushed in and shot Ramos dead.

Dora Mendoza, grandmother of victim Amerie Jo Garza, wipes tears from her eyes as she pays respects to her granddaughter and others.
Dora Mendoza, grandmother of victim Amerie Jo Garza, cries as she pays respects to her granddaughter and classmates.
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The ordeal was so excruciating that the young woman was convinced she was trapped there without help for at least three hours, her family said.

The teen broke down in tears as she spoke about the delay in police response – which has since sparked public outrage after disturbing videos surfaced of parents begging police officers storming the classroom outside, CNN said.

It took police officers until Friday – three days after the massacre – before they finally admitted they “made the wrong decision” in waiting so long to breach the room and rescue the students.

The ordeal was so excruciating that the young woman was convinced she had been trapped there without help for at least three hours, according to the girl's family.
The ordeal was so excruciating that Miah Cerrillo thought she had been unassisted for at least three hours, her family said.
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Cerrillo’s mother told CNN that she was already calling her daughter her “miracle baby” for surviving a tumor in her abdomen that doctors predicted would kill her soon after birth.

She was also almost lucky to escape Tuesday’s trauma – missing school in the mornings with an earache.

Her mother offered to keep her away from school all day, she said. But the teen wanted to see her friends — many she saw dying before her eyes just an hour after she returned to class.

Miah Cerrillo survived the Texas mass shooting by covering herself in her friend's blood and playing dead.
Miah Cerrillo survived the Texas mass shooting by covering herself in her friend’s blood and playing dead.
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She is now “extremely traumatized,” unable to sleep and has clumps of hair that are falling out, CNN said. An online fundraiser to help fund the therapy had raised $199,000 as of Friday – nearly 20 times the $10,000 goal.

The brave young woman was too scared to speak on camera or to a male reporter – but “wanted to share her story so people know what it’s like to witness a school shooting” and hopefully “help with it.” , to prevent a tragedy like this other children,” said CNN.

https://nypost.com/2022/05/27/texas-school-shooter-salvador-ramos-told-teacher-goodnight/ Texas school shooter Salvador Ramos said ‘goodnight’ to teacher

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