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Senator: Chief had no radio during Uvalde school shooting

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Texas police chief facing criticism for slow response was not carrying a radio, senator says. Police radios are a crucial source of real-time communication during an emergency. 19 students and two teachers were killed in the May 24 attack.
6 months ago·Uvalde, United States

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Chief had no radio during Uvalde school shooting: state senator

The state agency investigating the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde has determined that the commander facing criticism for the slow police response was not carrying a radio as the massacre unfolded, a Texas state senator said Friday.

6 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Commanding officer did not have police radio during Uvalde massacre

Key details reveal how a delayed response may have cost the lives of students inside school

6 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Senator: Chief had no radio during Uvalde school shooting

A Texas state senator says the state agency investigating the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde has determined that the commander facing criticism for the slow police response

6 months ago·United States
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Senator: Chief had no radio during Uvalde school shooting

A Texas state senator says the state agency investigating the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde has determined that the commander facing criticism for the slow police response was not carrying a radio as the massacre unfolded

6 months ago·United States
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Senator: Chief had no radio during Uvalde school shooting

The state agency investigating the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde has determined that the commander facing criticism for the slow police response was not carrying a radio as the massacre unfolded, a Texas state senator said Friday.

6 months ago·Washington, United States
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No radio, old tactics: How the police response in Uvalde broke down

A New York Times examination of the Uvalde police response found that breakdowns in communication and tactical decisions may have contributed to additional deaths in the school, and certainly delayed critical medical attention to the wounded.

6 months ago·New York, United States
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