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Texas: Funeral for Uvalde school teacher Irma Garcia and her husband begins


The caskets of Irma Linda Garcia, who was killed when a teenage gunman went on a rampage at Robb Elementary on May 24, and of her husband Joe Garcia, who died days later of a medical emergency, are brought inside the church ahead of the funeral Mass in Uvalde, Texas. IMAGES

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