THE horrifying final words Texas gunman Salvador Ramos told one teacher before shooting her dead have been revealed by an 11-year-old survivor.
Miah Cerrillo – who witnessed her teachers and classmates be shot dead by gunman Salvador Ramos, 18, at Robb Elementary in Uvalde -has opened up about the deadly massacre.
The fourth-grader survived the Texas school shooting by smearing her friend's blood on herself to pretend she was dead.
She recounted her tragic experience to "CNN's New Day" and revealed Ramos' sinister last words.
Before he unleashed a storm of gunfire, Ramos looked directly into the eyes of one of Miah's teachers and said "Good night" just moments before shooting her.
Miah and her fellow students were watching the movie "Lilo and Stitch" in the classroom belonging to Eva Mireles and Irma Garcia when her teachers became aware of a gunman in the school, she revealed to the news outlet.
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As one teacher attempted to lock the classroom door, the shooter shot through the door's window, ultimately coming inside, Miah explained.
Miah said the gunman then proceeded to shoot the other teacher and many students in the room.
Once the gunman finished shooting Miah's classmates, he moved to a neighboring room and continued to fire his gun.
She recounted hearing screams and gunshots until the gunman stopped firing his weapon and began playing unhappy music, described by the 11-year-old as the type of music where "you want people to die."
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Miah was reportedly injured and had bullet fragments in her back, but has been released from the hospital.
However, her aunt Blanca Rivera told Click 2 Houston that Miah is struggling to cope with the tragedy and has had panic attacks.
In another interview, which aired on ABC’s “Good Morning America," 10-year-old Samuel Salinas said he was in Irma Garcia's class when he learned the school was "on severe lockdown," according to NBC News.
Samuel recounted someone "shooting in the windows" before the gunman came into the classroom and said, "You’re all gonna die."
The student, who also survived by pretending to be dead, continued: "He shot the teacher and then he shot the kids."
A different fourth-grader has also shared how he survived the Texas school shooting – by hiding when the gunman stormed in and said: "It's time to die."
The student said he and several of his friends escaped by running under a table with a tablecloth as cover.
"When I heard the shooting through the door, I told my friend to hide under something so he won't find us," the boy told KENS 5.
“I was hiding hard. And I was telling my friend to not talk because he is going to hear us.”
The boy also shared that when cops showed up and asked those who needed help to yell, a student complied and was then shot by Ramos.
"One of the persons in my class said 'help.' The guy overheard and he came in and shot her," he said.
Once the shooting stopped, he came out from under the table.
"I just put my hand out,” he added. "I got out with my friend. I knew it was the police. I saw the armor and the shield.”
The boy said that his teachers, Irma Garcia and Eva Mireles, tried to save their students.
“They were nice teachers," he shared "They went in front of my classmates to help. To save them.”
Meanwhile, the heartbroken dad of the Texas shooter broke down in tears days after his son's bloody elementary school massacre.
Salvador Ramos, 42, known as Chava, appeared teary-eyed as he was hugged by a Daily Beast reporter at a home in Texas on Thursday evening in exclusive pictures for The US Sun.
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The man, spotted for the first time since his son carried out the school shooting, told The Daily Beast: "I just want the people to know I’m sorry man, [for] what my son did.
“I never expected my son to do something like that. He should’ve just killed me, you know, instead of doing something like that to someone.”
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