After two months of treatment, the 10-year-old victim of the Uvalde shooting is the last to leave the hospital

After two months of treatment, the 10-year-old victim of the Uvalde shooting is the last to leave the hospital

Updated on August 02, 2022 22:48 PM by Dhinesh

Finally discharged

According to BuzzFeed News, Mayah Zamora, the final survivor from Uvalde to be released from a hospital, underwent numerous operations and treatments after being gravely hurt in the Robb Elementary School shooting on May 24. After being shot by insane gunman Salvador Ramos in Uvalde, Texas, Mayah Zamora received treatment for 66 days at University Health in San Antonio.

Last victim of the incident

Mayah Zamora, 10, who was our last victim of the incident in Uvalde, was released. On Friday, University Hospital tweeted. We look forward to seeing what she achieves in the future because she is our hero.

The medical facility released a video of Mayah handing roses to staff members as they applaud her name as she leaves the building. The shooter's grandmother, Celia Gonzales, was treated for gunshot wounds to the face, and the hospital said last month that she had been released.

Add Block

The slow action of the government

The slowness of the Texas government's response to the massacre has drawn criticism. In the hours following his learning of the Robb Elementary school massacre, Texas Governor Greg Abbott remained at a fundraiser, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Bad decision

According to a thorough investigation report published last month, 400 police officers were dispatched to the school, but it took them more than an hour to apprehend the murderer, as reported by The Associated Press. "Egregiously bad decision-making" was said to be the cause of the delay. According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, an investigation into the state police reaction is also ongoing.

Add Block


The police chief of the Uvalde school system, Pete Arredondo, resigned from the City Council but remained in his police position.

Add Block

Second deadliest incident

The Uvalde school shooting horrified the country and sparked new calls for gun reform legislation. Two teachers and 19 children were killed in all. Zamora and three other people also suffered injuries. The 2012 Sandy Hook elementary school massacre, the incident was the second-deadliest school shooting in American history.

Funding for her treatment

According to a GoFundMe campaign created to assist Zamora's family with her medical expenses, the fourth-grader was required to have multiple surgeries after Ramos injured her. Additionally, the funds earned on the crowdfunding campaign will aid in covering future medical expenses that will be required.

Add Block

"Long road to recovery"

As of the publication of this article, the page has raised close to $110,000. Zamora has a "long road to recovery," a relative commented on the website.

A total of $1.25 million will be given to the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District to offer trauma-informed counseling to staff and students.

Her friends support

According to KSAT, Zamora's softball teammates also managed to earn almost $4,000 for their injured comrade by putting up a lemonade stand at a game.

add Block

What's New : Entertainment