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"This town is hurt" says uncle of child at Uvalde school in Texas

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"This town is heartbroken, devastated," says Adolfo Hernandez, whose nephew was at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas. "You just want to pinch yourself and wake up from that horrible nightmare," he tells AFP.The tight-knit Latino community in the town is wracked with grief after a teen in body armor marched into an elementary school and killed 19 small children and two teachers, in the latest spasm of deadly gun violence in America.

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