Texas primary school shooter shot own grandmother, 66, before butchering 19 kids

The evil monster who shot and killed 21 people, including 19 young children at a Texas school yesterday (May 24) had shot his own grandmother before his massacre, it has been reported.

Dead murderer Salvador Ramos, 18, from Uvalde, Texas had gotten into an argument with his 66-year-old relative before he headed to the Robb Elementary School.

According to a neighbour, identified as Eduardo Trinidad by local American news outlet Newsy, Ramos had stormed out of the house leaving his wounded grandmother behind.

Newsy reporter John Mone said: "He got into an argument with the grandmother and she was screaming, ‘He shot me! He shot me!’ and then he got in the car, zoomed down the street, there was some kind of crash, according to Mr. Trinidad.”

Ramos' grandmother is now in intensive care according to local authorities.

Ramos' evil rampage was only ended thanks to the brave work of elite gun units who swarmed on the school.

The agent who shot and killed the gunman is reported to have been part of an "elite" tactical unit.

The unnamed agent believed to be from the Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC), a specialised group that has agents dispersed throughout the United States.

A BORTAC agent is reported to have shot gunman Ramos after sustaining an injury during the firefight.

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The Del-Rio based BORTAC team were said to be working west of San Antonio in an ongoing campaign to take down "stash houses" used for smuggling people through the US border illegally.

When the shooting began, the team sent agents to the nearby school where an unnamed BORTAC agent rushed into the school without waiting for backup.

Ramos was behind a barricade, returning fire at the agent, who managed to shoot and kill the gunman before he was able to claim anymore lives.

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