LeBron James Calls for Change After Texas Elementary School Shooting

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LeBron James tweeted his thoughts and prayers to victims of the Texas elementary school shooting on Tuesday, calling for change. At least 14 children and a teacher were killed in a shooting at Rob Elementary School in Yuvalde, Texas, Governor Greg Abbott said at a news conference.

“My thoughts and prayers are reaching families who have lost loved ones and were injured at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas! Anytime is enough!!!” James tweeted. “There are children and we continue to harm them at school. Like ‘AT SCHOOL’, which I think is the safest!”

The suspect, an 18-year-old man named Salvador Romas, abandoned the vehicle and entered the school with a pistol and rifle. Abbott said. The suspect died and acted alone, police said later at a press conference.

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“There must be a change! It should be!!” said james.

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