The flawed response by law enforcement to the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, has been well documented. It happened on May 24 when a gunman burst into a classroom at Robb Elementary killing two teachers and 19 students. And now, previously unreleased records — obtained by The Washington Post, The Texas Tribune and ProPublica — for the first time show how communication breakdowns also hampered the medical response by first responders.
Here & Now's Deepa Fernandes speaks with Joyce Sohyun Lee, a visual forensics reporter for the Washington Post.
This segment aired on December 30, 2022.