Mayah Zamora, 10, passed out roses as she left University Hospital in San Antonio on Friday, hospital officials announced. Photo courtesy University Hospital in San Antonio/Twitter
July 30 (UPI) — The final victim of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, in-may has been discharged from a healthcare facility.
Mayah Zamora, 10, passed out roses as she left University Hospital in San Antonio on Friday, hospital officials announced in a tweet that included video of her leaving.
“Today was a happy trip to University Hospital! Our final patient from the Uvalde shooting, 10 year-old Mayah Zamora, was discharged!” hospital officials said Friday, a lot more than two months following the deadly massacre.
“She actually is our hero and we can not wait to see all she accomplishes later on!”
Hospital staffers could be heard in the video chanting the young girl’s name as she walks out from the hospital with a cast on her behalf left arm, posing for photos with those she passes.
In accordance with a GoFundMe setup by her family, Mayah’s long road to recovery included “numerous surgeries” and mental healthcare. The household has raised a lot more than $104,000 by Saturday.
Her release came just days after Uvalde superintendent Hal Harrell shared a video to YouTube of the brand new fencing being installed at all of the district’s schools. Robb Elementary is planned to be torn down.
“Crews and contractors have already been spending so much time to transition from our current chain-link fence to your new 8-foot fence,” Harrell said.
“Their first stop is here now at Uvalde SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, but every campus will probably get enhanced camera coverage on the campuses.”