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Uvalde school shooting

She survived the Santa Fe shooting, then visited Uvalde to comfort the newest members of a growing circle linked by tragedy

Wounded in the Santa Fe High School shooting, Flo Rice has found an online community of mass shooting survivors who help each other cope and heal. Uvalde residents are starting to join them.

Flo Rice poses for a portrait at her home June 2, 2022 in Santa Fe, Texas.
People paid their respects at a makeshift memorial in front of Santa Fe High School on May 29, 2018, eleven days after 10 people were killed in a mass shooting.
Hundreds of people wait in line holding flowers and each other to pay their respects at a memorial in front of the Robb Elementary School on Saturday evening. 21 people, including 19 students and two teachers were killed after a gunman barricaded himself in the school for more than 40 minutes before law enforcement officials fatally shot him.

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Flo Rice talks to her husband Scot Rice at their home June 2, 2022 in Santa Fe, Texas.

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