Texas School Shooting: See Photos of all student Victims at Texas Elementary School shooting

See Photos of all student Victims at Texas Elementary School shooting

The death toll from the shooting at a Texas elementary school has risen to 19 children and two adults, the Associated Press reported.

State Sen. Roland Gutierrez of San Antonio said he was briefed by state police on the latest fatalities at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde. Three people wounded in the attack are hospitalized in serious condition.

A photo of all students who are victims of the Texas Elementary school shooting pops up online.

These are still missing kids from the Texas Elementary School shooting.

See Photos of all student Victims at Texas Elementary School shooting

Xavier Lopez has unfortunately been confirmed as one of the victims

Xavier Lopez

They are still going through the school and trying to confirm the identities on the bodies. Some children were reported to have run into nearby houses and streets. Parents were told they cannot pick up their children because the authorities must account for everyone first.

from right to left (first row to 4th): Uziyah Garcia: a young child with dark brown/black hair that’s very short and cut close to the scalp everywhere except the top. he is wearing a grey t-shirt with a black v-neck and black pants. (1/

Rojelio Torres, a young child with dark black hair cut close to the scalp, like a buzz cut. in the photo, he is wearing a red jacket with black designs on it and a maroon shirt with white text reading, “difference-maker Robb Elementary”

The first boy in the first row was also found. His uncle confirmed it on his Facebook. RIP little one..

The 3rd boy in the top first row and 1st boy on the bottom 4th row have been found. May they R.I.P

We have also learned the name of one of the victims, Eva Mireles, a fourth-grade teacher at Robb Elementary.

Eva Mireles 1

Mireles’ aunt, Lydia Martinez Delgado, issued the following statement:

“My niece, Eva Mireles, approximately 17 yr teacher for UCISD along with another teacher and 18 children lost her lives to a senseless tragic shooting. I’m furious that these shooting continue, these children are innocent, rifles should not be easily available to all. This is a my hometown a small community of less then 20,000. I never imagined this would happen to especially to loved ones. not all the facts have been released yet all we can do is pray hard for our country, state, schools and especially the families of all.”