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Texas chief reports that School police didn't know anything of 911 calls during the shootout

Texas senator: School police chief didn't know of 911 calls

UVALDE: The leader at the location of a school shooting in Texas was not educated regarding overreacted emergency calls coming from inside the school constructing, a Texas state representative said Thursday.

Sen. Roland Gutierrez said the requests for help from individuals inside Robb Elementary as the shooting was occurring May 24 didn't advance toward school region police Chief Pete Arredondo. The Democratic congressperson considered it a "framework disappointment" that calls were going to the city police however were not conveyed to Arredondo.

"I need to know explicitly who was getting the emergency calls," Gutierrez said during a news gathering, adding that no single individual or element was completely to fault for the slaughter.

"There was blunder at each level, including the authoritative level," Gutierrez said.

Steven McCraw, the top of the Texas Department of Public Safety, said last week that police didn't penetrate the homeroom where the shooter was stayed quicker in light of the fact that Arredondo accepted the circumstance had transformed from a functioning shooting to a prisoner circumstance.

Nineteen youngsters and two educators passed on in the assault at Robb Elementary School, the deadliest school shooting in almost 10 years.

Memorial services for those killed started for this present week. 

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