Fourth grader killed in school massacre pleaded in vain to ‘stay home’ that morning

According to her family, a 10-year-old girl killed in America’s deadliest mass school shooting urged her mom to remain home the morning of the atrocity.

Jailah Nicole Silguero, 10, was one of 19 kids murdered in a mass shooting at Uvalde, Texas, on Tuesday morning when 18-year-old Salvador Ramos entered her classroom with a lawfully acquired AR-15 weapon and began fire.

Jailah had asked her mom, Veronica, not to let her go to school that day, but was told she had to, which relatives believe Veronica is now blaming herself for. Jailah’s grandma, Linda Gonzales, expressed that Jailah didn’t wish to go to school on Tuesday.

That’s what her mother was unhappy about last night: If only she had allowed her to stay at home. She desired to remain at home with her mother.

Jailah was killed in the attack with cousin Jayce Carmelo Luevanos, only a week after the family had a funeral for Veronica’s father, who died in Mexico.

‘Last night, I told Veronica, “Just think of it as your papa taking your baby with him,” Gonzales continued.

Veronica’s family recalled an hours-long wait for word of Jailah and Jayce’s whereabouts on Tuesday, shuttled back and forth between the school and a neighboring civic center, praying frantically that the duo would appear as one of the lucky ones who fled.

They were requested to produce DNA samples at one point to assist confirm them as relatives of pupils at the school. Then, late at night, came the devastating news: both kids had been dead in the carnage.

Grief turned to wrath on Wednesday, as furious concerns about gun control – and whether this latest horror might have been avoided – erupted.

The tight-knit Latino hamlet of Uvalde was the site of America’s bloodiest school massacre in a decade on Tuesday, carried out by a troubled 18-year-old armed with a legally purchased assault weapon.

Since the incident, which also took the lives of two instructors, heartbreaking facts have emerged.

Governor Greg Abbott told reporters that the killer also murdered his 66-year-old grandmother in the face before going to Robb Elementary School.

Ramos used social media to announce his intention to assault his grandma, who, while being severely hurt, was able to inform authorities.

He then messaged again, saying his next destination would be a school, where he would arrive wearing body armor and holding an AR-15 weapon.

When asked how the youngster obtained the murder weapon, Texas Governor Greg Abbott consistently dismissed arguments that tighter gun regulations were required in his state, where commitment to the right to carry weapons is strong.

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