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Watch: Footage Finally Released from Uvalde Shooting, Shows Exactly What Officers Did

The full 77-minute video has been released from the day 19 children and two teachers were killed at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.

The full video, which includes a hallway surveillance camera and a bodycam from one officer, was obtained by the Austin American-Statesman. The outlet posted the four-minute edited collection of excerpts on its website. It posted the full video on its YouTube page.

The edited video begins with the gunman crashing the pickup truck he was driving, and then moving to the school after shooting at witnesses across the street and firing shots in the school parking lot.

WARNING: The following video contains images and audio that viewers will find disturbing.

“The video tells in real time the brutal story of how heavily armed officers failed to immediately launch a cohesive and aggressive response to stop the shooter and save more children if possible. And it reinforces the trauma of those parents, friends and bystanders who were outside the school and pleaded with police to do something, and for those survivors who quietly called 911 from inside the classroom to beg for help,” Statesman reporter Tony Plohetski wrote.

“The kids are running,” a woman calls out during the video in a 911 call, adding “Oh my God.”

Panic-stricken screams are heard as a woman orders children into their rooms.

The except then continues with Ramos entering the school, peering around a corner to rooms 111 and 112, before sauntering down the hallway holding his rifle.

The video captures one boy emerging from a bathroom. The boy peers around the corner and looks at the shooter, who is farther down the hall, before running away upon hearing the first shots.

Officials have said in the next two and a half minutes, about 100 rounds were fired, according to the Daily Mail.

Gunfire continues.

A few moments later, the first officers arrive.

Three officers approach the classroom warily with drawn weapons. A burst of gunfire erupts, sending the officers running. One officer holds his head as if he was struck.

The clip video then cuts to 19 minutes later, then 31 minutes later, as more officers with guns and a ballistic shield arrive. Officers continue to wait. Four shots are heard.

“They’re making entry,” an officer says, but nothing happens.

At 12:30 p.m. local time, an officer squirts hand sanitizer from a wall-mounted dispenser and rubs his hands together. Officers appear to be discussing alternate ways to enter the classroom.

At 12:50, officers breach the classroom, killing the gunman.

Republican state Rep. Dustin Burrows said Tuesday that most sections of the hallway video will be shown to Uvalde community members on Sunday.

However, with the leak of the entirety of the footage, more backlash is sure to ensue.

12 Comments
  • Phil Barberg says:

    The first COWARDS to arrive should be fired for refusing to respond to shooters location to take him out. The whole hallway scene looked like a carnival of confused COWARDS hiding for their own safety without regard for the wounded children dying in the classroom. The whole scene is disgusting and hard to realize that these idiots are supposed to be police officers. They are all COWARDS! National Policy on school shooters is that the first officer/s on the scene IMMEDIATELY move in on the shooter and neutralize him. The blood of the dead kids is on their hands. Wounded kids could have been saved. It is obvious that none of the COWARDS were trained on active shooters. The long guns kept retreating while fat boy couldn’t get his vest on properly. And who was playing with the tear gas canisters not knowing which to use. This was total chaos and a blemish on the Texas law enforcement community that will never be forgotten. I would not want any of these COWARDS patrolling my community. My kids would not be safe! I expect many parents will sue the COWARDS for dereliction of duty leading to the death of their children.

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