Texas shooter Salvador Ramos’ grandma ‘may never be able to talk again’: kin

Celia “Sally” Martinez Gonzales — the grandmother of Uvalde, Texas school shooter Salvador Ramos — may never be able to talk again after her grandson shot her in the face.
Celia “Sally” Martinez Gonzales — the grandmother of Uvalde, Texas, school shooter Salvador Ramos — may never be able to talk again after her grandson shot her in the face.
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On Sunday, a relative informed The Washington Post that the Texas school shooter’s grandmother, who he shot in the face before killing 19 students and two teachers, may never be able to speak again.

“The bullet entered through Sally’s jaw right next to her mouth and fractured all her teeth,” said Jason Ybarra, Celia “Sally” Martinez Gonzales’ second cousin.

“The bullet would have blown her head off if it had been an inch in the wrong direction,” he claimed.

“Considering what occurred, she’s doing well.” “However, she may never be able to speak again,” Ybarra, 45, added.

Martinez Gonzales currently communicates only through writing, according to Ybarra.

On Tuesday, she was Salvador Ramos’ first casualty before he opened fire on unarmed students and staff at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.

Ybarra said the granny has already undergone four surgery for her wounds, including one on Sunday, and will have many more.

On Thursday, her husband, Rolando Reyes, told The Washington Post that his wife was “awake, but she’s in pain.”

Ramos shot Martinez Gonzales before going to Robb Elementary School.
Ramos allegedly shot Martinez Gonzales before going to Robb Elementary School.
The grandmother has had several surgeries and will undergo several more for her injuries, according to her second cousin Jason Ybarra.
According to her second cousin Jason Ybarra, the grandmother has had several surgeries and will undergo several more for her injuries.
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Ramos went on to kill 19 children and two teachers at the school after shooting his grandmother.
Ramos went on to kill 19 children and two teachers at the school after shooting his grandmother.
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“She had a notepad where she wrote what was trying to communicate, but she got irritated when we couldn’t figure it out,” Reyes added.

Ramos had spent the previous two or three months with his grandparents before going on his fatal shooting spree.

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