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learn how abbvie could help you save on botox®. hello, welcome to our viewers joining us in the united states or right around the world, i'm isa soares in london. we begin with a small texas community grieving, mourning the loss of 21 young, of course, innocent lives, the investigation into tuesday's deadly school shooting is raising questions about why it
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happened and keeps happening in the united states and law enforcement responded. before we get to the investigation, we are learning the names of some of the victims, mostly nine and ten-year-olds, really. the justice of the peace around the body, some are being released to homes as families make their arrangements. ♪ >> vigils are under way for the 19 children gunned down by an 18-year-old high school dropout. others have been leaving flowers and balloons by the school in the mostly latino community not far from the border with mexico. it bears repeating, that this is an elementary school. days away from their recess. here's what one described what happened. listen.
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>> everybody was scared. we didn't know what was really happening. but we saw there were thousands of police coming into the cafeteria and we were all hiding behind the stage in the cafeteria when it happened. >> just terrifying for these young children. investigators are releasing new details about this deadly shooting rampage. they say the funman was inside the school for 40 many wants to an hour before he was shot and killed by a border patrol agent. he had a history of fighting as seen here in a videotape by cnn. texas authorities report he has no criminal record and no history of mental illness. we have more now on the investigation from cnn's jason carrol. >> reporter: 11:21 a.m. the time stamp from a text message the gunman sent saying he's just shot his grandmother.
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>> the gunman was 18-years-old and reportedly a high school dropout. reportedly there has been no criminal history identified yet. there was no known mental health history of the gunman. >> reporter: soon after that text message to a girl ramos met online, another one saying he was going to shoot up an elementary school. his grandmother fighting for her life contacted police after leaving his grandmother's home, the gunman crashed her truck in a ditch. 11:30 a.m., authorities say a 911 call came in reporting a man walking towards the school with body armour and a long rifle. >> he went towards the west side of the campus, which is a back door. the subject was able to make it into the school as the government reported. he went down hallway, turned right and turned left, there
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were two classrooms that wered a joining. that's where the carnage began. >> reporter: then roughly an hour goes by. >> border patrol consolidated isd officers, police, sheriffs and bps officers converged on that classroom and a border patrol officer killed the gunman. >> it's around 1:00 p.m. when the gunman is shot and killed. at least 19 children and two adults killed two days before the end of the school year. families throughout the community heart broken, directly impacting even the officials responding to the scene. >> in addition to the students and the faculty, there were three officers who were injured who are all remain in good condition. one deputy sheriff lost a daughter in that school.
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>> reporter: jason carroll, cnn, uvalde, texas. >> well, as we learn the details of what was unfolding, we were hearing from officials. one of the first people on the scene after the shooting was justice of the peace diaz, he spoke to cnn about what he witnessed that tragic day. >> when i got this calm, there was, i had been sitting in my office hearing experience, knowing that the police department had issued a warning, that there was an active shooter at robb. so i knew that there was something going on. but a small town, you hear little rumorsant, you know, x amount may have happened, so forth. so when i show up the escene, i'm thinking two or three people. maybe i'm trying to prepare myself what it is. when i get there and find out there is probably 17 people, it just breaks my heart. because you don't know my
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emotions, i had to compose myself and regather myself. at that point i had to make sure i had my professionalism. my job is we identify everybody. we went through the process, honored these children and these victims. >> well, take a moment. we'll have a closer look at some of the 19 children 3rd and 5th graders who were killed. anabel rodriguez was ten-years-old. she was in the same classroom as her countries what was shot and killed. the name of the cousin had not been released. she said our baby gapd her wings. manual garcia was the second eldest of five girls. her grandparents said she loved cheer leading and basketball and dreamed of becoming a teacher. 10-year-old among the victims.
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they say she put a smile on everyone's face. and a 4th grader nevaeh. she was waiting with her whole family to go to disney world. cnn's lucie kavanaugh has more on those tragically killed. >> reporter: they are the faces of the future lost to a nation's violent presence. jose ready to play until the night. uziaha garcia, a ten-year-old who loved video games. a little girl wanted to go to law school just like her mother. lexi rubio's family overcome as they recall her sweetness and to plead that her life has impact. >> she's not just a number. >> reporter: lexi is one of 19
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children that were all gunned down in a 4th grade classroom, whose parents held on to hope that they'd hold their children again. anabel garcia's family, it's been seven hours, i haven't heard anything about my love. please help me find my daughter. she's been found, my little love is flying high above with the angels above. please don't take a second for granted. tell your family you love them. 10-year-old xavier lopez has a smile his mother says she'll never forget. he was among the honor roll students the morning of the shooting. >> if you look at their pictures, you can tell by their angelic smile that they were loved, that they loved coming to school and they were just precious individuals. >> reporter: the community also mourning two teachers.
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eva morales, 44-years-old loved running, biking, around being with her family. undoubtedly, her family says she died protecting others. >> she was a vivacious soul. she spread laughter and joy everywhere she went. >> these two teachers i would say are the cornerstone of that campus. there are two beautiful souls. >> morales' daughter writing an open letter to her mother. i am so happy people love her name and they know what a hero looks like. i want to thank you, mom, for being such an inspiration to me. i will forever be proud to be your daughter. my sweet mommy, i will see you again. thursday was supposed to be the last day of school. but the families in our story are now planning funerals instead of summer evacuations. others are anxiously awaiting news about their injured loved ones. we are outside of university hospital here in san antonio, where four patients were
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airlifted on tuesday evening. three little girls and one 66-year-old woman who is the shooter's grandmother. authorities say he shot her in the face before fleeing, heading towards that school. we know that two of the girls, a 9 and 10-year-old are listed in good condition or at least were on wednesday afternoon. the 66-year-old and another 10-year-old were admitted in critical condition, downgraded to serious, but still fighting for their lives. lucy kafanov, san antonio, texas. >> a father trying to come to hermes, how this tragedy could have happened to their child. take a listen. >> she was so scared of just strangers and things like this. she would lock the door when i would step out to put gas in the car. like she would be listening really her worst fear.
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she was just trying to help everyone. >> reporter: she talked about something like this? >> so i'm a med aid. so when i aryaned on scene, as we got inside, they started bringing the kids out and i was aiding assistance. one little girl was covered in blood head-to-toe. i thought she was injured. i asked what was wrong? she said she was okay. she was hysterical, they killed her beth friend. she's not breathing and was trying to call the comes. i asked the little girl her name and she told me, anne marie. when she said anne marie. >> that's how you learned? >> she was so sweet. she was the sweetest little girl who did nothing wrong.
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she listened to her mom and dad. she always creative. she made things for us. she never got in trouble in school. leak i just want to know what she did -- i just want people to know that she just died trying to save her classmate. she wanted to save everyone. >> so sorry she had to no through this. she loved being a big sister and told her young brother she was now with god. well, the u.s. president says he will meet with u.s. families who lost loved ones. he is headed to texas. phil mattingly has more on that. >> reporter: for president biden, the day after the horrific mass murder down in texas echoed the first day of the events, basically exhausted, outrage and more calls to do
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something, what characterly that something will be, it's still very much an open question. but the president making clear, despite multiple efforts over the course of several years to try and pressure capitol hill to pleasure republicans on capitol hill to agree or at least come to the table and compromise on some types of new gun restrictions hasn't worked. this time the president hopes could be different, potentially. that tick a listen. >> we must ask when in god's name will we do what needed to be done to not completely stop fundamentally change the amount of the carnage that goes on in this country? to state the obvious, according to a lot of other people, i'm sick and tired. i'm just sick and tired of what goes on, continues to go on. >> now, it's notable, there are two bills passed by house democrats related to background checks that could be brought up in the senate. they control things at any point. however, there has been no
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immediate move to do just that. senate and the white house giving some space at the moment to try and facilitate bipartisan talks, they've gotten close but have fallen short. particularly as it pertains to red flag laws or background chechs. senate majority schumer made clear. there is a pretty clear 10-to-11-day deadline on those talks. the fact that the white house isn't backing specific proposals isn't stating one or two proposals has to get done. underscores the fact as the president tries to shift that dynamic that has been so firmly in place now for more than a decade, he wants something to get done. whether that happens, though, remains a very opened question. the president, obviously, will be traveling to texas in the days ahead. he will likely get remarks there. he made the point early on wednesday, his primary
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responsible, goal while he is there to tuque to the families of the 19 children who were killed, to hear what they have to say and share some empathy with them in this most trying and horrific of moments. phil mattingly, cnn, the white house. >> you heard from phil mattingly. lawmakers are deadlocked over gun controls. why have the laws been so tough to pass? the look at why so many republicans oppose them. that is next. >> >
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. well, in the wake of the texas school massacre protesters spelled out the word enough in large letters. gun control advocates plan to protest the nra at a convention in houston, texas happening this weekend about four hours down the road from the scene of the deadly school shooting. the democrat nominee that will challenge greg abbott directly confronted his opponent over the
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uvalde tragedy. they interrupted a news conference. other officials demanding the government take action to stop the senseless gun violence. >> sit down. >> you are doing nothing. you offered up nothing. that is wholly predictable. this is totally predictable when you choose not to do anything. stop this from happening again. >> get out of here. >> sir, you are out of line. sir, are you out of line. >> get out of here. this is not the place to do that. >> well, the texas governor argued that tougher gun laws aren't quote a real solution. abbott is expected to attend the nra convention happening on friday. his opposition to gun control measures is shared by many republican colleagues, in fact, back in washington, they insist
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background checks wouldn't have prevented this in texas. more bans on rifles. it's about gun rights. >> listen, at the end of the day you are arguing about what they use to commit this. the truth of the matter is these people are going to commit these horrifying crimes, whether they use another weapon to do it, they will find a way to do it. >> our second amendment rights shouldn't take away rights of law-abiding citizens. >> senate majority leader mitch mcconnell said it's sick to consider the innocent lives stolen by this brutality. he went along refusing the gun lobby. they have received more than a million dollars in campaign contributions from the nra. senate minority leader chuck schumer accused republicans putting themselves in the arm of the nra and put themselves in the shoes of grieving parents?
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many of my republican colleagues focus on the motive of shooters, instead of on the obvious common denominator. they talk about the real bill being mental illness and say nothing of the financial market that we are a nation suffocated by firearms. rates of mental illness are more or less the same across the developed world the u.s. is not an outlier on mental illness, but we have an outlier in the sheer number of guns available in this country. that is why we have so many shootings and other western countries don't. >> as you just heard, impassioned pleas, not expected to make much headway. lawmakers have had many chance to take meaningful action but never did. cnn's brian todd explains. >> reporter: another slaughter of children inside a school. another instance where a shaken president pleased for an end to inaction. >> when in god's name we do we
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all know in our gut needs to be done? >> reporter: but if there is any new movement in washington after the uvalde, texas mass shooting, any move to ban or cut back sales of assault weapons. any move to strengthen background checks, it could follow past attempts of school shootings that fail. >> we must do more to keep the hand out of the happened of children. >> that was bill:t at columbine high school in 1999, federal legislation was proposed to close loopholes for background checks at gun shows. it failed in congress. >> but president and president after bill clinton, there are tragedies, there is a call to, a there are efforts at legislation. that legislation falls short. >> reporter: the sandy hook elementary scooting december 2012 when 20 children were gunned down with six adults, was
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a moment so horrifying, democrats and republicans said, something has to be done. >> this time the words need to lead to action. >> reporter: many believe tighter gun laws had a real chance of passing. they didn't pass. not a practice posed assault weapon ban. president barack obama was still upset years later. every time i think about those kids, it gets me mad. >> reporter: four years ago after a gunman killed 17 people at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland, florida, then president donald trump went against the nra and called for sweeping gun legislation. >> we will be very powerful on background checks, especially as it pertains to the mentally ill. >> reporter: that movement lasted about a day at the federal level. the father of a parkland shooting on tuesday remained pessimistic around angry. >> it is so infuriating, all of
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these instances, we know the next one will happen because we haven't done anything to fix it. >> reporter: one analyst says there is palestinian the of blame to no around. >> the public has not demonstrated a will to put this issue above everything else at the bal lot box. they need to prioritize that on voting. >> reporter: now after this school shooting, a similar conundrum in congress. they passed legislation to strengthen background checks. now they can take more time to try to negotiate something bipartisan with republicans with the outcome of that far no certain. brian todd, cnn, washington. still to come here on the show, cnn gets exclusive access sent by the texas gunman minutes before the rampage telling a teenage girl in germany exactly what he planned to do. that story after a short break.
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officials in uvalde, texas, have begun families planning funerals. 19 young children and two teachers were killed before the fateful shooter was killed. why an 18-year-old high school dropout with no known history of mental illness would unleash such carnage of the senseless children. the gunman shot and wounded his grandmother and drove to the
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elementary school where he was engaged by several officers. after dropping a mag of ammunition, he managed to get inside with a powerful rifle and started firing. authorities say he was barricaded for 40 minutes before they moved in and ended the rampage. we are also learning more about messages the gunman sent minutes before his rampage. cnn got a series of looks at text messages telling her exactly what he was about to do. details now from cnn's drew griffin. >> reporter: this is the text conversation cap kurd just moments before the 18-year-old shooter would attempt to kill his grandmother and in his words, shoot up an elementary school. you know what i'm financial the do right now? >> tell me. >> i can't since my grandpa hasn't left. i'm waiting no there are dude to leave. shortly after 10:00 a.m., he
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complains about his grandmother and phone bill. i'm waiting for this bitch. i'm going to do something to her right now. she's on with at&t about my phone. it's annoying. five minutes pass. then, i just shot my grandma in her head. ima go shoot up a elementary school right now. sent 6:21 german time. which would have been 11:21 a.m. uvalde, texas. police receive their first call. the person on the receiving end of the text, a 15-year-old girl in germany. she had never met him in person. they connected through a live streaming app. then face tooimd, texted and he sent her videos of himself. she says the shooter told her he bought some ammo monday. she told cnn she had no idea what he was planning. she's not the only person he was communicating with.
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the instagram account showed two ar-style weapons and tacked another woman saying i'm about to, but didn't finish his sentence and then i got a little secret. the little girl from zwraern with her mother's consent tells us her only connection with the heater is had been through texting, which was somewhat innocuous conversation. she told us about one conversation in which the shooter alarmed her when he said he liked to throw dead cats at people's houses. there was no explanation. >> we will have much more on the shooting in texas. first, criticism for a suggestion regarding negotiations with russia. we'll have the details in a live report from lviv in ukraine next. no® daily moisture withth prebiotic oat is p proven to moisturize dry skin all day. you'u'll love our formula for face, too.
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former white house staff testified that then president donald trump suggested he approved rioters who stormed the white house and shouted happening mike pence. she also testified that trump complained about pence being rushed to safety while the president's supporters breached the capitol. oklahoma's republican governor signed into law one of america's strictest abortion bans on wednesday. they ban abortions from the fertilization state for the medical rape and incest. abortion rights advocates are vowing to mount a legal challenge to it. . >> unprecedented, dry conditions are forcing the state of california to limit the use of water to semi two-thirds of the state's residents and millions of acres of farmland.
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california is in its third year of drought. los angeles approved watering lawns to twice a week. the conservation rule takes effect next wednesday on june 1st. now you, ukraine's foreign ministry is condemn ac move by moscow, which makes it easy for ukraine and occupied regions to obtain russian citizenship. they call it a violation of the sovereignty integrity. this as the fighting on the ground rages on. ukraine reports an intense offensive by russian forces in eastern ukraine as they attempt to seize the key town. they say donetsk with one official having increased exponentially. in the kharkiv region, two people were killed and seven
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injured by russian shelling on the front line. ukraine has seen the faces really of the world economic forum as we have been reporting here, which wraps up today in davos, switzerland, in the last hour, the mayor took part in the discussion about rebuilding the city after the war and what international aid will be needed. in ukraine, president volodymyr zelenskyy is lashing out at former secretary of state henry kissinger on suggestions of peace negotiations with russia. in the world forum in davos. he says the negotiations should begin in the next few months, the dividing line to return to the status quo and he suggested ukraine agreed to give up much of the donbas as well as crimea. we have anna stewart. let's start with you this hour, and the comments really about former secretary of state henry hissinger who suggested ukraine should be prepared to seize some
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territory to moscow in order to reach a peace deal. what is the reaction from you crane? >> reporter: president zelenskyy emphasizing. she says this is going to be a war of bloody battles. victory will be bloody. he says the world will end the diplomacy. he says there will be no concessions to putin as conditions of those talks. and that that is the critical team. this is the critical message to 35 this at davos. he outrights rejects kissingers approach characterizing them as going back to this 1938-style appeasement. >> let me remind you, it's 2022. and behind all these gentlemen opolitical reasons, those who had advise ukrain to give something to russia great
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geopoliticians do not always want to see ordinary people ordinary ukrainians, millions of those who actually live in the territory and propose to give an exchange for the illusion of peace. you always have to see people and remember that values are not just is words. >> reporter: and the president underscoring this is a war that is up pacting millions of ordinary ukrainians, those are the people that must be taken into consideration into account when you talk about these requirements for negotiations and ultimately the diplomacy, thosests for peace. i have to say, we've met many ukrainians, it was just yesterday we met a chef who had come from donetsk, who had set up a restaurant in donetsk, with his wife. he had to flee there in 2014
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because of a russian invasion. set up shop, his beautiful restaurant in mariupol with his two young sons, had to knee that restaurant three months ago. he is now here in lviv setting up his restaurant to open up once again, really demonstrating the spirit, if you will, of the ukrainian people. the refusal of them to be held down in some sort of occupation but to be free. >> incredibly defiant, indeed. do stay with us. anna stewart is here in the studio. throughout davos, the west conference we are seeing incredibly front and center. . give us a sense, i only saw a minutes or so, he was very emotional. >> it was a really emotional address. he spoke of the horrors of war and what it's like to live in a war and for people's lives to change in a moment.
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what it's like to live underground months at a time, the sound of an air ride siren and he had a warning. take a listen to this. >> we are there with not just our family and our children. we defend you because we have the same brothers. we don't want to beg to the u.s. we see the future of ukraine as part of european family. >> he said they are not defending themselves, they're defending everyone in europe. do they think russia will stop with them? he asks what he expects to hear from the last big address from the german chancellor schultz. they promised anti-aircraft thanks. those aren't expected to arrive until july. they're very much talking about the present day impacts of war
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and what they need on the ground. >> we heard from zelenskyy at the opening address. she said this could have been avoided if we would have done something when russia sanctioned crimea. could that have changed the situation? no one can possibly know. they want to see tougher sanctions, unity from the eu. we heard from the eu president yesterday and speaking to her, her line is we are united weeks ago now. there has been no agreement on embargo on oil. >> yosuzanne, malveaux. thank you very much. appreciate it. now, the british prime minister says he's not quitting despite the latest fighting in the party gate scandal. investigators among number 10
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staffers did not have a strict covid lockdown. we have more on wednesday's bombshell report. >> reporter: to speak the scandal within the heart of the government. >> the value symbolized by the door of number 10 must be restored. >> reporter: wednesday morning a damming report lifting rules for downing street during the one of modern britain's darkest times hit the prime minister desk and the newspapers. >> i take full responsibility for everything that took place on my watch. >> reporter: alcohol-fueled parties into the early hours, sickness, sprawling, karaoke and cleaners forced to mop up the splashed wine, while the rest of the country was banned by covid restrictions by the same government that's been found 126 times disregarding them. the author of the investigation
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criticized the senior leadership at the center of the administration, which must bear responsibility for a culture that allows parties to take place. a message from johnson os former private secretary boasted they've gone away with a drinks event in may 2020. and one told to walk around waving bottles of wine, while reporters were in the building and to keep the sound down when a press conference was taking place. johnson said he was surprised and appalled by the revelations laid out in the 60-page report. >> when the dust settles, and the anger subsides, this will stand a monument to the hubris tapped arrogance of the government that believed it was far one role for them and another roam for everyone else. >> there was no party. >> reporter: having repeatedly told parliament that no party or law breaking ever took place, johnson was eventually forced to
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concede he had, in fact, broken the law. the first signature prime minister to do so. censured but unvowed. >> the graves report shows the leadership will take out the responsibility and, of course, i did. >> reporter: mps, including one of the prime minister's own, called on him to resign? can we continue to govern without distraction, given the erosion of the trust with the british people? >> does he show no contrition, no sense of shame, that downing street under him has been a cesspit, full of air goons entitled narcissim sifts. >> reporter: the british is uncodified. historically, it's held up that senior officers will leave if
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they've ms. lead parliament. cnn, london. now a community in texas is mourning 21 lives. we now hear from one of the family's victims, coming up, how they and their community is dealing with this unimaginable tragedy. >> we may have differences, but in a time of need and time of crisis, people unite. that's what's, what about this. if there is anything good about this, , it will bring our community togetherer.
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. nevaen is described as sweet fun loving and fun. they say irma died shielding her students from gunfire. we are remembering the nanny children killed. among the dead is a 4th grader described as an amazing kid and big brother as any kid would want. cnn gary tubman. >> reporter: 10-year-old jose
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suarez, jr., had a huge smile on his face tuesday. a few hours later, the world changed. this is his mother, father and three siblings. jose flores, senior, went to the hospital, he says his nurse took him into a hospital chapel. what did the nurse tell you? >> she told america's have a seat. we have to talk about some things i mean i knew what was next. >> reporter: jose, jr., a loving son and brother did not survive the rampage. jose, sr., called his wife cynthia. >> just that my baby didn't make it. >> it seemed like a nightmare. they just couldn't comprehend their eldest child was gone.
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he asked some texas rangers at the hospital if he could see his son. >> one of the rangers came to me and i will let you go back there and see him. he was not recognizable. >> reporter: jose, jr.'s, 5-year-old jayden took us into his bedroom, all his favorite stuffed animals from when he was a little boy and a set of clothe his parents say he will wear in his casket. i can't go to sleep. it's sad it might not be an open casket. >> reporter: jose, jr., wanted to be a police officer when he grew up. he wanted to protect others, especially his baby brother. >> when i saw him, he was so
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good and thought. and helped me around the house. he's like my brother's shadow. if you have a baby, like my friend's baby. he's just going to [ inaudible ] >> reporter: when jace grows up, your little baby what do you tell him about his brother, jose? >> he really loved his little brother. he loved him. he was a little helper. >> andrea is nine month younger than jose. what did you like most about your brother? >> that he would support me and always pla i with me. >> reporter: andrea and jose were both in 4th grade in the same school. she lived in the same horror, in a different 4th grade high school. >> there was a bunch of gunshots going through the windows and a
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bunch of bank. >> the emotional challenges on many for this family. they've lost their son and brother and memories of a sweet boy that wanted to be a policeman, because he wanted to protect others will live on for jeff. gary tubman, cnn, uvalde, texas. >> just devastating. my heart goes out to the flores family. for those involved in the texas school shooting, go to will you find several ways you can help their community. we'll have much more after a very short break. >>
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. welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world. it is thursday, may 26th. i'm christine romans. >> john is in texas, good morning. >> reporter: so last night here in uvalde, hundreds of people gathered at the county fair arena for a vigil to remember the victims of the school shooting at the robb elementary school behind me. sn♪


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