“He is our hero” | Uvalde’s final patient has been released from a San Antonio hospital

Maya Zamora has been released from the hospital after spending two months recovering from the deadliest school shooting in Texas history.

SAN ANTONIO – University Health has announced that the last victim of a shooting at Robb Elementary School has been released from the hospital.

10-year-old Maya Zamora was discharged on Friday. She He distributed roses As he left the hospital, a crowd lined the sidewalk cheering him on.

Zamora spent two months in the hospital after the deadly shooting at Robb Elementary School that killed 21 people — 19 students and two teachers. During his recovery, Zamora spent a long time at the health university.

The hospital said its staff will continue to care for him in its pediatric trauma clinic and can’t wait to see what he does next.

The hospital celebrated Zamora’s discharge with the following statement:

“Today was a happy day at University Hospital! Our last patient in the Uvalde shooting, 10-year-old Maya Zamora, has been discharged! She missed the roses and, thanks to her, left in peace. HEB.

We are very proud of the courage, resilience and strength Maya showed during her more than two months at University Hospital. Our team will continue to care for him in pediatric trauma and rehabilitation follow-up clinics. He is our hero and we can’t wait to see all his accomplishments in the future! #MayahStrong

On May 24, an 18-year-old gunman walked into Robb Elementary School and opened fire in a classroom. After the shooting, the school district’s police chief has been criticized for a delayed response to bring down the shooter.

Parents of students in the Uvalde Unified Independent School District have expressed outrage over the lack of accountability for officials who were on the scene but allegedly did nothing to keep staff and students safe.


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