On Tuesday, tragedy struck the state of Texas as nineteen children and two teachers were shot and killed at Robb Elementary School.  18-year-old Salvador Ramos carried out the shooting before being shot and killed by law enforcement officers.  Ramos allegedly shot his grandmother before carrying a rifle and handgun in to the school and opening fire on students and teachers.

Yesterday, a student’s aunt retold the story of the horrific scene at the elementary school.

The student, 11-year-old Miah Cerrillo, had to cover herself in blood to evade detection by Ramos.  She initially seemed to be fine, but had a panic after hours after the shooting on Tuesday night.  She went to the hospital but was discharged yesterday.  Her Aunt spoke to Click 2 Houston and described what her niece witnessed at Robb Elementary School.

FOX News Reports


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“Miah Cerrillo, 11, survived the shooting but watched her friends and teacher being killed, according to her aunt, Blanca Rivera, who spoke with Click 2 Houston.

Cerrillo smeared blood on her face and went into survival mode after seeing her classmates shot to death, according to the report.

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“My sister-in-law said is that [Miah] saw her friend full of blood, and she got blood and put it on herself,” Rivera said. “My brother said she had bullet fragments in her back.”

The 11-year-old had seemed to be okay until Tuesday night when she got home, and then had a panic attack.

“Around midnight, my sister-in-law called me and she was just crying like, ‘I think it just hit Miah. I think everything came to reality. We’re home, and she’s just crying and having a panic attack,” Rivera said.

Miguel Cerrillo, the 11-year-old’s father, told Fox News Digital that she is still “freaking out” about what happened on Tuesday.”

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