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Families of Texas school shooting victims share tragic updates: 'I will miss you forever'

Following the shooting deaths at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, families post tributes to late loved ones.
/ Source: TODAY

Families are sharing tragic updates about their loved ones on social media, following the deadly shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.

On Wednesday, a gunman entered the school and killed 21 people, including 19 children and two teachers.

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Adalynn, the daughter of fourth-grade teacher Eva Mireles, tweeted a tribute to her "hero" mom. "My sweet mommy, I will miss you forever," she wrote adding, "My best friend, my twin was taken from me."

Angel Garza, a loved one of Amerie Jo Garza, a fourth-grader who, according to her grandmother was shot while she dialed 911 during the shooting, wrote on Facebook, "Ohhh my sweet baby I love you so much. I will never be happy or complete again."

Christopher Salazar told the Washington Post that his 10-year-old nephew Jose Flores Jr. died in the shooting. He wrote on Facebook:

"I’m going to miss you baby Jose, I still can’t believe this happened my heart is broken just hearing them tell us [you're] gone it hurts me I love you so much and I wish you were still here. I’m going to miss you soo much rest in paradise my beautiful angel."

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Steven Garcia and Jenner Lugo shared their grief over the death of 10-year-old Eliahna “Ellie" Garcia. "All I ask is why...why my Ellie Gee? What did she do to anyone?" wrote Steven. "Mom and dad love you sooo much."