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The death of the husband of a teacher who was murdered at a Texas school is in his grief

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Already in the tragic development of a tragic story, the family of one of two teachers killed in an attack by an armed teenager on an elementary school in the US state of Texas has announced that her husband has died of a severe heart attack. Sorry about his wife.

The family of Irma Garcia, the 24-year-old husband of Salvador Ramos, was killed in a shooting Tuesday at a “rap” school in Yuvaldi, Texas, according to the US DMZ website. Joe Garcia also died two days after the attack.

Garcia’s cousin John Martினnez issued a statement: “It is heartbreaking and deeply saddening to say that Thea Irma’s husband, Joe Garcia, has passed away.”

He continued, “I have no words to say about how we all feel. Please pray for our family. May God have mercy on us. It will not be easy.”

A local reporter, Erne Junica, told Garcia that she and her late wife had 4 children.

The GoFundMe campaign has already been launched to raise funds for the bereaved families.

According to reports of a bloody attack, Garcia was killed while trying to protect children in his classroom. 19 children and two teachers were killed in the Rob school massacre.


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