10-Year-Old Uvalde Student Who Was Injured In Shooting Throws Out 1st Pitch At Astros Game

A lovely scene occurred during Tuesday night’s Houston Astros game. Mayah Zamora, a 10-year-old who was badly wounded in the Uvalde school shooting, was given the honor of throwing out the first pitch.

At the game, Mayah was honored as the August Hero of the Month, and she also got to meet some of the players.

Mayah, on the other hand, received even more particular attention after spending 66 days in the hospital following the shooting.

Mayah and her family also learned that they would be moving. The Correa Family Foundation and other contributors are contributing enough money for the family to start from scratch. The arrangements were made after the 10-year-old was unable to return home due to living just blocks away from the gunman who opened fire on her school.

They were happy to announce yesterday that they have received financing to construct Mayah and her family a new home in an area where she believes happy and protected, stated the Correa Family Foundation in a statement. They believe that this will provide Mayah and her family the chance to restore their lives, establish new memories, and look forward to a bright future.

Mayah has endured greatly as a result of the shooting, both physically and mentally. She was in the hospital for more than 20 procedures on her chest, back, hands, and other areas.

She was the final victim to be freed from the hospital when she was released in July.

❤ Today was a happy day at University Hospital! The final patient from the Uvalde shooting, 10-year-old Mayah Zamora, was discharged! She passed out roses and left in style thanks to H-E-B.

Posted by KWTX News 10 on Saturday, 30 July 2022

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