'Texas students' horrifying 911 calls revealed as official admits cops were WRONG not to go into room for surviving kids

TERRIFIED students inside a Robb Elementary classroom pleaded with emergency operators to send help, horrifying 911 calls reveal, as officials admit they were wrong not to go into the school sooner.

The first call to 911 operators came at 12.03pm, the Texas Department of Public Safety revealed on Friday, as a student whispered to officials she was in room 112.


The student called 911 four times after the shooter, Salvador Ramos, had gained access to the elementary school.

After the first call, the student called 911 at 12.10, advising them of multiple dead students.

The caller phoned police three minutes later and again at 12.16pm, saying eight to nine students were still alive.

The student pleaded with officials to "please send police now" as officials revealed Ramos was inside the building for over 30 minutes before being killed.

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Texas DPS Director Steve McCraw confirmed that 19 police officers were outside the Robb Elementary classroom and did not go in despite the 911 call saying children were still alive.

"On-scene commander believed it had transitioned from an active shooter to a barricaded subject," McCraw said on Friday.

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