It is not easy to believe that more are still coming out.
But the most recent one may be the worst one yet.
The director of theTexas Dept. of Public Safety Col. Steven McCraw testified this week about what happened to Eva Mireles, one of the teachers and it was very heartbreaking. Her husband was Ruben Ruiz. He was a police officer in the district. Steven McCraw says that her husband got a call from her and she was saying that she had been “shot and she is dying.” Ruiz told this to the officers in charge at the scene at 11:48 a.m.
Listen for a minute. It’s sad to hear.
“This is what happened to him. He attempted to go into the hallway,” McCraw said. “Then he was stopped and they took away his gun and lead him away from the scene.”
Eva Mireles was still alive twenty-two minutes after her call at 12:10 p.m. when one of the kids called 911 for help, “I do not want to die, my teacher is not alive, my teacher is dead, please come help us, send someone to help my teacher, she has been shot but she is not dead.”
Mireles’ phone call and her frantic husband made it very clear that people were still alive on the other side of the door and everyone on the scene knew it.
But the killer was not confronted until over an hour later. Even at that time, Mireles was still alive.
“The officers could be seen in the video rushing several kids out of the room and carrying Ms. Mireles out, who looked to be in extreme pain,” reported by the Times. “She made it to an ambulance, but she died before it reached the hospital.”