Portraits of Grief From Uvalde
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This episode contains strong language. Gemma Lopez, 10, watched a movie in class that day. Jacob Albarado, a Border Patrol officer, was getting his hair cut when he heard there was a gunman at his daughter’s school, where his wife is a teacher. Ricardo Garcia, a hospital groundskeeper, can still hear the screaming of parents in the emergency room. These are some of the stories of those who lived through the devastation of the shooting at Robb Elementary School.
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