The identities of those who were killed in a shooting that took place on Friday at an elementary school in Texas have finally been released.
The identities of the victims of the massacre at an elementary school in Texas, which resulted in the deaths of 19 children and two adults, have started to become public.
An outpouring of sadness from families who had lost loved ones was prompted by the shooting that occurred at Robb Elementary School in the municipality of Uvalde, which is a community that is seven square miles in size and is located around 85 miles west of San Antonio.
By Tuesday evening, some of the identities of the victims and photographs of them had been released, with many of the images displaying smiling young people.
Eva Mireles, who taught fourth grade at the elementary school, was 44 years old when she started her job. Mireles was known for her “adventurous” character, and she was praised for being a “spirited” wife and mother.