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10-year-old trapped with the Uvalde school shooter repeatedly called 911 for help. It took officials 40 minutes to act

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A 10-year-old girl trapped with classmates and the shooter told police exactly what was happening inside Robb Elementary. It still took responders 40 minutes to do something, CNN reports.
Published 3 months ago · Uvalde, United States

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Girl, 10, trapped with Uvalde shooter repeatedly called 911 as police delayed

Khloie Torres was recorded saying: ‘Please get help. I don’t wanna die. My teacher is dead. Oh, my God’

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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First on CNN: 10-year-old trapped with the Uvalde school shooter repeatedly called 911 for help. It took officials 40 minutes to act

A 10-year-old girl trapped with classmates and the shooter told police exactly what was happening inside Robb Elementary. It still took responders 40 minutes to do something.

3 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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CNN: Girl trapped with the Uvalde school shooter repeatedly called 911

A 10-year-old girl trapped with classmates and the Uvalde shooter repeatedly called 911 for help. It took officials 40 minutes to act.

3 months ago·New York, United States
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First on CNN: 10-year-old trapped with the Uvalde school shooter repeatedly called 911 for help. It took officials 40 minutes to act

By Shimon Prokupecz, Matthew J. Friedman and Rachel Clarke, CNN“I’m in classroom 112,” the little girl tells the police dispatcher. “Please hurry. There is a lot of dead bodies.”The clear plea comes in a 12:10 p.m. call from Khloie Torres, then 10 years old and trapped at Robb Elementary School with a gunman who has slaughtered her friends and a teacher. Khloie, now 11, survived.“Please get help. I don’t wanna die. My teacher is dead. Oh, my God…

3 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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First on CNN: 10-year-old trapped with the Uvalde school shooter repeatedly called 911 for help. It took officials 40 minutes to act

By Shimon Prokupecz, Matthew J. Friedman and Rachel Clarke, CNN “I’m in classroom 112,” the little girl tells the police dispatcher. “Please hurry. There is a lot of dead bodies.” The clear plea comes in a 12:10 p.m. call from Khloie Torres, then 10 years old and trapped at Robb Elementary School with a gunman

3 months ago·Panama City, United States
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‘I don’t wanna die’: Uvalde student begs for help in heartbreaking new 911 audio

Heartbreaking newly revealed 911 audio captures a 10-year-old Uvalde student begging a Texas dispatcher to "please hurry" because "I don’t wanna die" -- a staggering 40 minutes before cops stormed in to help.

3 months ago·New York, United States
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