Photos: Bullet Grazed Head of Hero Border Patrol Agent Who Went on ‘Suicide Mission’ to Kill Uvalde Shooter

Off-duty agent one of several law enforcement officers credited with subduing deranged gunman who went on shooting rampage inside elementary school.

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Photos have emerged identifying the Border Patrol first responder who reportedly went on a suicide mission inside the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, to take out mass shooter Salvador Ramos.

In photos shared on social media, the off-duty Border Patrol agent, who’s a member of the agency’s elite Bortac tactical group, can be seen outfitted in a bulletproof vest with a rifle swung around him.

The agent is one of three Border Patrol agents credited with subduing Ramos, 18, after the deranged gunman went on a rampage inside the school killing 19 children and 2 teachers.

“Two sheriff’s deputies accompanied the agents inside,” the Washington Examiner reports.

According to one federal agent, the harrowing task was deemed a “suicide mission” due to the fact the shooter had a tactical advantage.

“If you have a barricaded subject and he has the advantage because he’s barricaded — if you rush through the door, not only do you have dead kids but dead cops,” the official said, according to the Examiner. “It’s suicide to try to rush a barricaded subject.”

Another photo shows the officer required staples on his scalp after a bullet shot by Ramos grazed the top of the agent’s head.

Another photo shows a tear in the agent’s baseball cap that was caused by the shooter’s gunfire, illustrating how close a bullet came to the agent’s head.

Thankfully, the agents were successful in neutralizing the threat before more innocent people died.


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