How hero officer in Texas school shooting stopped 18-year-old gunman Salvador Ramos

More information has surfaced about how a lone border guard stopped a teenager who allegedly killed 19 children and two adults in a tragic school shooting.

Salvador Ramos, an 18-year-old Uvalde High School student, is suspected of being the shooter.

Ramos was murdered by a nearby lone Border Patrol agent who hurried to the school despite not having assistance

According to an unidentified law enforcement official.

Ramos, who was apparently behind a barricade, was subsequently shot and killed by the agent.

It was previously stated that the young shooter obtained the firearms shortly after his 18th birthday, on May 16.

The gunman used those guns in the attack just after his 18th birthday

According to two sources involved to the investigation, according to The Washington Post.

Some states, such as Texas, have no minimum age for having a long gun

Although federal law forbids children under the age of 18 from owning a handgun.

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