Parkland teacher uses makeshift tourniquet to save injured student | LiveNOW from FOX

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Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz faces a possible death sentence for killing 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Teacher Ronit Reoven testified during Cruz's sentencing, telling jurors about what happened inside her classroom when Cruz approached the door and opened fire. Reoven immediately after the shooting began trying to help the injured students, including creating a tourniquet for one student who had gunshot wounds.
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@mamarobyn Yıl önce
The fact that this woman went back to work is so beyond me...What an amazing teacher / human.
@taylorellison2719 Yıl önce
I’ve heard teachers say they felt a duty to remain at the school.
@brandonvladovic4194 Yıl önce
well you kind have to or you'll be living in a box on the street
@briyates942 Yıl önce
@@brandonvladovic4194 As someone who has quit childcare, you could just do anything else really. I made the same hourly pay as a local Kroger cashier. Now I’m making almost twice as much not taking care of other humans at all. Sadly we don’t value the folks that are responsible for our children as much as many other professions that are less important
@pauliejulietta5290 Yıl önce
Miss hixon was back at school a week after. We all cried with her in the office. She went to pick her stuff up. We went to south broward.
@slevin421 Yıl önce
@@briyates942 i can only agree, it's a shame!
@wesmcgee1648 Yıl önce
I've spent literally thousands of hours in a courtroom. This prosecutor is the best I've ever seen. He is showing the jury everyday how much pain and suffering this little monster inflicted on not only the dead but the survivors. The kids and teachers who survived are showing their bravery and moral compass, neither of which this little zero has or ever will have.
@BeartoeConCarne Yıl önce
I still dont think he should be given the death penalty. Him dying isnt going to bring justice or peace but i will admit its hard to say he should stay locked up because he doesnt deserve being taken care of.
@gabr2855 Yıl önce
People are accusing the prosecutor of being too harsh, but I agree with you. Let’s be honest about who the real monster is here. He’s only showing them the destruction caused.
@gabr2855 Yıl önce
@@BeartoeConCarne What do you think is the right choice given a hypothetical situation? I’m interested in hearing your opinion.
@Banana-ty4jq Yıl önce
@@mawmawmakeup3602 how can he not cry when hearing all the loved ones speak about what he did?
@astridb9700 Yıl önce
I was class of 2011. Ms. Ronit Reoven was my world geography teacher in 9th grade, and she has always been a caring sweet teacher who cared for her students. It pains me she had to go through this experience as anyone else has, having to be so strong and implementing these survival methods in a classroom that should be full of social studies decor, bright windows, and clean desks with no bloodshed. She is very strong to return to MSD for her students. The entire community in my hometown has been impacted by this situation, and all of the teachers who have gone back to teach again deserve serious raises, mental support for free, and all the love and respect in the world. It is a rough space to feel safe in these days. Teaching is so undervalued these days.
@lindanordwall8931 Yıl önce
Oh Astrid! You are so correct. Teachers are our lifelines in so many situations. they deserve higher pay and bonuses for all the care and time they spend in caring for and teaching our students. I am 75 and look back with thankfullness to my teachers for all their care. They are many times the people that recognize that a student needs help, if only someone listens. I agree with everything you have written. Take care, I hope you have a wonderful future.
@kelebek2818 Yıl önce
I cant even imagine your emotions when you heard what had happened at your beautiful little school. Xx
@blazingstar9638 Yıl önce
No doubt❤️❤️❤️
@paulettelamontagne6992 Yıl önce
Well I agree with what you say about this woman but unfortunately a lot of the new teachers are too young and they're into this woke agenda and homosexuality being pushed on the kids I'm pretty much sick of most teachers
@Ozefan2580 Yıl önce
She is a wonderful witness. She's answering the questions and using clear yet descriptive language to relate the God-awful experience. She's a strong woman. Bless her.
@focusintegrity8490 Yıl önce
I bet Cruz loves hearing they were scared. The sad part is the next shooter loves this too. This has to stop!
@hotintxs Yıl önce
She’s a very effective witness. Very adept at conveying the sheer terror they felt.
@miriamchalmovianska863 Yıl önce
Shes a teacher. She should be smart, intelligent, eloquent, descriptive
@cossettecunilleramuniz458 Yıl önce
Some heroes don't wear a cape. My heart goes out to all the parents, families, teacher's and friends.
@des9368 Yıl önce
well no shi we not living in a marvel movie
@NoTime4NoHo Yıl önce
Edna Mode only works with heroes without capes. This is one of them.
@bobkane432 Yıl önce
Some of them carry AR's and take Uber
@lancemilliken9078 Yıl önce
@@des9368 chill out, it’s an expression
@des9368 Yıl önce
@@lancemilliken9078 idgaf
@manysecurity Yıl önce
Teachers expect to go to work putting bandaids on scraped knees or helping sports players ice an ankle- NOT tying make shift tourniquets because of a mass murderer. She’s a true hero. This is heartbreaking.
@allisoncastle Yıl önce
Not anymore. This is our new normal…
@ognyena Yıl önce
With every unfortunate event like this, knowing how to assist during such event has become a necessity, unfortunately and fortunately, as well.. We've become so desensitized to the norm of being born with compassion aka "God in our souls" ; sad reality we live in, in these times...😥
@jim6532 Yıl önce
@Allison Castle This happens in other countries too. It's also extremely rare to be apart of something like this. It's just that our schools are left wide open with no proper security but yet our lawmakers wonder around with armed guards. It's sick.
@lenabeans Yıl önce
Her ability to talk clearly, confidently, and loudly, despite the traumatic topic, shows her strength. She's an incredibly dedicated teacher and a brave woman, and what she did for her students is remarkable.
@jdog7589 Yıl önce
Wow she went above and beyond. She remained so strong for her students and it's inspiring
@grannyG. Yıl önce
Her ability to think rationally during something this horrific saved more lives than just the tourniquets she provided. We need a drill for this the same way we have fire drills. Unfortunately there are sick people out there after our kids and we need to provide a safer environment for them, starting with securing our schools.
@oldaccount5217 Yıl önce
Put military in schools instead of leaving them In Afghanistan. If they bring back the hummers too they can park them in the parking lot. I have full faith shooting casualties will go down. Without infringing on arms rights.
@TheZombieateu Yıl önce
Our schools do have active shooter drills, unfortunately it isn't enough to prevent every tragedy
@mooswin Yıl önce
@@TheZombieateu Exactly. We sit in the corner of the classroom which DEFINITELY protect us from the flying bullets :/
@carafloydpresley6584 Yıl önce
Sad day for everybody there..even Nik..the agony of losing a mother and peer relations or relationship while the terror of the victims .while the dictation of a demon to inflict the horror of cold blooded killings with the atmosphere to Nik it just does not matter since his life was gone and the world's misery to him and those which are here .the world means nothing.
@ChickenFerLei Yıl önce
The way she’s describing the details of what occurred almost makes you feel like you were there in the room with her… and it is HORRIFYING.
@slevin421 Yıl önce
true... that's why it's all the more admirable that she's back working again. i honestly don't know if i could, because you're reminded of it virtually all the time. plus the fear that something like this might happen again.
@krististevens54322 Yıl önce
This is a prime example of WHAT a REAL teacher looks and acts like! She's the epitome of a savior, a leader and courageous, cool headed woman. God she's a brave leader. Seeing Max Schachter, father of Alex Schachter every single day in court and feeling the immense pain radiate from him crushes my heart. What a strong, solid father he is.
@cassidyopeia2586 Yıl önce
I can't imagine continuing to teach at the school after going through that... what a strong woman.
@cuckertarlson5310 Yıl önce
Well it's still a safe and great community regardless of this one instance. The school system kicked the shooter out of the school prior to the shooting he wasn't a student. The problem was the school is big and not one building so it's more difficult to monitor the parking lots. Allow food trucks or something on the far edge of the campus and use that money from charging those people to fund extra security around the school.
@miriamchalmovianska863 Yıl önce
@@cuckertarlson5310 its not. Until they have armed guards at every door, it can happen again tomorrow
@ahran_in_seattle 8 aylar önce
It gives me so much pain to watch these parents living the moments that led to their children’s death during the teacher’s testimony. I also felt the teacher’s emotions, and as a fellow teacher I cant even imagine seeing my students get shot. I hope they can have peace in their hearts
@BillyBobbobbob Yıl önce
My heart goes out to that many with the silver hair and the frown. His face hasn’t changed throughout this entire trial. I can’t even begin to comprehend his sadness. Wish I could give him a big hug.
@BillyBobbobbob Yıl önce
@KECarter Yıl önce
Thats Max Schacter, Alex Schacter's Dad.
@qadreya Yıl önce
Poor guy has been in every single hearing
@qadreya Yıl önce
@@KECarter thanks for identifying, always wonder who he is .. sad 😔
@glynncordry5965 Yıl önce
@@BillyBobbobbob Hey Billy. If you push the "text balloon" icon you can edit your posts.
@glynncordry5965 Yıl önce
Note: NEVER give water to a trauma victim who starts begging for water. I'm not criticizing the teacher for her in-the-moment actions. She did the best she could in a chaotic and overwhelming situation. I'm using her mistake as a "teachable moment". The body of a trauma victim diverts blood away from organ systems that aren't essential for "flight or fight". This includes the digestive system. As the adrenaline starts to wear off and shock sets in, the patient can develop dry mouth and a desire to drink. However, if there is blood loss giving them water is among the worse things you can do. The body is running on an "emergency mode" conserving blood for vital systems. Putting water in the stomach reactivates the digestive system, diverting blood into the stomach. There are 3 problems with this. First, the body may not have enough blood to run the heart, lungs, brain, and the stomach. The first 3 are critical, the stomach is not, so sending blood to the stomach can kill the patient. Second, if there is an injury to the digestive system, activating that system will cause increased blood loss through that injury. The patient will bleed out faster, or bleed in faster from internal bleeding. Third, the patient might vomit the water and aspirate during the emergency surgery that, hopefully, will soon follow. (That's why they only give you ice chips while you are waiting for surgery.) Teacher first aid usually only covers a basic CPR course. My training is more extensive because I took advanced First Aid for a PE credit. I highly recommend first aid courses. The American Heart Association, American Red Cross, and most colleges, hospitals, life guard organizations, scouting groups, and county/city health departments host or provide such training, or would be glad to refer you to a trainer.
@ashley5368 Yıl önce
Thank you for sharing that. Is the need to drink water solely come from just having dry mouth from adrenaline?
@glynncordry5965 Yıl önce
@@ashley5368 I don't really know. Perhaps a doctor could chime in?
@onlyonecaca Yıl önce
I learned something new today. Thanks for sharing!!!!!
@mymomthinksimcool10 Yıl önce
Oh wow
@michellenainkristinabusch1221 Yıl önce
@@ashley5368 That and the less important vital (terms used loosely) organs starting to lack blood and circulation. When you're thirsty, you're actually in the starting stages of dehydration.
@somebitchfromluckystar 2 aylar önce
She's a hero for her quick thinking trying to save her student's lives. It is extremely sad and heartbreaking to hear her retelling this story, specially in regards to the student who's lost life she witnessed.
@billhaney8160 Yıl önce
I’m just struck by the awesome quality of the staff and students who have testified. This teacher is Just such a good human being. The sickness and evil of what happened to the Parkland students and staff is beyond horror.
@MegaMusicaviva Yıl önce
My respects to this and all teachers. They have to go through so much in a daily basis and sometimes they don’t get the recognition they deserve. This teacher is such a strong, caring woman that loves her career, gets up every morning to make a difference in someone’s life.
@ambergrace2001 Yıl önce
a lot of schools don't do active shooter drills anymore, because the shooter could be sitting right there in class, listening and planning. that makes me feel sick. the fact that she continues to teach there is astonishing, what an incredible woman i hope she can one day work though all that trauma.
@piperboyer9770 Yıl önce
I remember mentioning that in High school during one of our practice drills. They told me ‘not to think about that possibility.’ Our school got shot up the next semester. They never ran practice drills again
@ambergrace2001 Yıl önce
@@piperboyer9770 that's really horrible :( it's so terrifying because it really could happen ANYWHERE to anyone, i'm glad you're still here. so scary...
@jd-yo2is Yıl önce
@@piperboyer9770 what school?
@piperboyer9770 Yıl önce
@@jd-yo2is Dixon High School in Dixon, Illinois. Thankfully the only one injured was the shooter, but his intended target was the graduating class in the nearby gym. He fired 6 shots at one of our gym teachers (thankfully he missed but there are still holes in the wall from it) and he was taken down by our school Resource officer. The shooter actually only just plead guilty this year. He had been trying to feign insanity but this was the last time he could do that before being committed to a mental health facility indefinitely. His father is actually also in prison for hiring a hit on his wife
@skiyogagirl Yıl önce
@@piperboyer9770 I am so sorry you had to endure that at your own school. Thank you for letting us know your experience. I pray that you stay safe & well. 🙏🏼💛
@TheEmpowered787 Yıl önce
The way that she tells this story is absolutely terrifying and riveting. She clearly has such strength… and to go back and be a teacher. God bless her!
@MrNorthwestern2013 Yıl önce
I hope no one ever has to experience this but if they do I hope they have a teacher like this. She’s so sweet and you can tell how much she loves her students. Listening to her description started to give me anxiety and I cannot imagine what these poor people had to endure. 😭
@k.b2457 Yıl önce
Jeez Im just so heartbroken for these families, friends and teachers. I can't imagine going through this and having to relive it. They are all so brave and strong despite feeling weak.
@c.rambaldi6788 Yıl önce
Unbelievable how a single man can cause so much despair for so many people. It’s so heartbreaking. 💔
@mnmom723 Yıl önce
That’s no man! That is a MONSTER!
@dirkdiggler9379 Yıl önce
He was very troubled and the system failed him
@Rude_Boi Yıl önce
@@dirkdiggler9379 zero excuses
@MaddiesMamaRN Yıl önce
I've watched many many interrogations and behavior studies, and am always amazed at how much can be learned about a person, just by behavior alone. This poor woman is reliving each moment during her testimony. She doesn't look up at the prosecutor, she looks down, accessing her memory. She uses gestures when describing her reactions, as if she's in her classroom at that moment, pointing out where people and objects were that day. She's a true hero. I've seen an interview with Maddie and she said that if she had been laid flat, she would've bled out due to the way she was injured. She saved lives that day by her quick thinking, and her critical thinking. But I'm sure the 3 students that were injured, and Carmen's death are the images she can't erase in her mind. The fact that she returned to her school, to continue to teach her kids shows her strength and her determination to prevent the monster that caused this carnage from winning. God bless this beautiful woman, and God bless the families of those lost and injured! 💙
@robyne3297 Yıl önce
The bravery and compassion shown by this teacher and so many others that day is amazing.
@amythus6139 Yıl önce
Oh my God, seeing the parents listen to her describe what happened in the classroom is absolutely heartbreaking.
@sadem1045 10 aylar önce
What a strong person and a wonderful teacher. She was there for her kids when they needed her most.
@saraoverkamping8143 Yıl önce
The moment she explained how she realized, that Carmen was gone... You could see that she pulled herself together sitting in this court desk, the same way she pulled herself together in that goddamn classroom in order to save and protect and comfort her students. We need more selfless people like her in this world. Being a teacher is a job that holds great responsibility and the individuals sense of it is tested the best in such horrifying moments, that shell never happen in the first place. This Lady for sure did not failed the test.
@amythus6139 Yıl önce
She made me feel like I was right there. Great witness, amazing teacher & wonderful human being.
@poppykok5 Yıl önce
Seeing the raw look of unimaginable pain & grief on the faces of those hearing such detailed testimony of this dear teacher (such a powerful & brave witness) makes me feel empty or broken inside...I pray for everyone effected by this senseless tragedy......How do you go on???
@kathryncainmadsen5850 Yıl önce
Such a powerful story. She was brave and strong. Most people don’t know what teachers always fear and face. And she continues to teach there. Logan! What a wonderful young man.
@bethjionzo5699 Yıl önce
I agree. Logan was a tremendous help to his Teacher and fellow classmates.
@jt-ff3yx Yıl önce
This hits hard, such as 7:45. God bless this teacher, the victims and their families, and all who experienced and were impacted by this horrible tragedy.
@leahmontague804 Yıl önce
I've always said that above parenthood, being a teacher has got to be the hardest job on earth and this teachers heartbreaking testimony confirms this. My prayers go out to the hundreds that are going through such pain that this monster has put them through 🙏🙏🙏.
@laurie7117 Yıl önce
I want to Thank Mrs. Reoven for her amazing reaction to immediately jump up and take lead to try and protect the Students. Guiding the students to go the correct way to go hide for safety. We need more people to react the way she did. Mrs. Reoven put her life last as she was trying to help many kids that got injured. Please say a prayer for all the families that are involved in this horrible tragedy. 🙏 I’m so sorry that this senseless act took place. I’m sorry for all the families involved. PLEASE.SPREAD.LOVE.NOT.HATE. ❤️
@taylorellison2719 Yıl önce
I doubt that this teacher will ever read my comment, but bless you!! Thank you for everything you’ve done!
@Renae5147 Yıl önce
At first I thought it would be great if Nick got the death penalty. Then I started thinking more into it. Death is inevitable, it happens to all of us. I think what is far worse than death, is sitting in a confined room every single day for the rest of your life while you relive the memories over and over. Sitting through this trial listening to every single detail, how everyone died. The suffering and pain. Knowing you caused all of that. Spending every single day alone and isolated for the rest of your life while you are haunted with the blood on your hands, that’s way worse than death. Nick needs to rot in that cell, death is too easy. You must live with the actions you caused.
@MEERU_KAUR Yıl önce
it wont bother him about their suferring the only thing that will bother him is like for like treatment in jail monsters have no empathy and deserve hard action
@kaykayalessa9988 Yıl önce
Couldn’t of said it better I hope these victims and their families eventually heal and thinks this way also
@ognyena Yıl önce
I agree with the theory however AN EYE FOR AN EYE sounds quite satisfying!
@fart63 Yıl önce
@@MEERU_KAUR he won’t be kept around other inmates
@AA-oe2ut Yıl önce
It’s not that bad with good behavior he can watch movies and go outside and take classes.
@hollyb7981 Yıl önce
What an amazing woman and educator. She's a hero. She saved lives that day and her strength to go on teaching is amazing.
@dahiannaarguedas7121 Yıl önce
This must've been the scariest moment ever, this teacher tried to save her kids. The fact that she assisted those injured kids the best she teacher should face this terrible situation 😔😔
@kathryncainmadsen5850 Yıl önce
When she switched from first person plural to second person. I burst into tears. This is what a true trauma story looks like.
@brie3679 Yıl önce
When I initially saw Maddie’s photos of her leaned against the wall I thought she was dead. First responders thought she was dead. She’s a fighter. It’s hard to imagine such a young person surviving like that for that long, from gunshots like that. Seeing her laying there with that jacket wrapped around her arm, just… so depleted of life in appearance but fighting so hard on the inside…it’s shocking.
@clarence3138 7 aylar önce
Wow Where did you find those photos?
@jennyb5721 Yıl önce
I can’t image the strength it took to return to school and quick thinking to help injured . This teacher is a hero
@mymomshonda Yıl önce
I couldn’t imagine what they felt that day. My heart goes out for everyone involved.
@ashleyliedlich8727 10 aylar önce
just want to hug her she did perfect despite having to look straight at him and everything. omg i just cant believe how close to home this was it could have been my kids school, so so sad
@ashleykristina2964 Yıl önce
Such a tragedy. Listening to the survivors, friends, and families who have had to endure all of this...and watching them have to relive it all is heartbreaking. You can feel their pain, as well as the terror they experienced. But only to a certain extent.. I can't even imagine. How terrifying, and the trauma they now have to live with daily. I wish them all the best, and for them to find a way to try and heal their broken hearts.
@ButternutDonut Yıl önce
This woman is clearly an exceptional person. Of course her actions and presence of mind during the event were outstanding, but you can also tell just by the way she speaks. Smart, confident and articulate.
@gerrycowley7153 9 aylar önce
This woman is an amazing human. Thank you, ma'am for all you do.
@lynnecarnivale6414 Yıl önce
Ohhh, this teacher is in so much pain...just like the families and friends. She will never be the same but I hope and pray she remains a teacher until retirement. She has a soft Spirit and a great mind. God bless her. God bless all the families and rescue workers who helped. I'm so sorry for all that you have gone through and continue to go through. Peace, Lynne 🍃💜✝️💜🍃
@Smoochi27 11 aylar önce
Since I was a kid I always dreamed of being a teacher, specifically kindergarten. I was in high school when the Sandy Hook shooting happened and totally changed my mind on my future endeavors. Seeing her speak brings regret to my mind. She brought back my passion for kids and I compare my current occupation and feel like I still have it in myself to want to teach and to bring happiness to children. She is a model teacher, the love and care for her kids even in that horrible event brings a want for myself to go above and beyond for children.
@twebb6152 Yıl önce
This is one of thee most compelling testimonies. I don’t know how you could listen to this ( I mean she takes you right there! ) and not vote for the death penalty. This is heartbreaking
@Jaylyn231 11 aylar önce
The way she describes this so clearly you can tell it is something she re lives often
@dcmonster2987 Yıl önce
She better get an award for this. She was able to save lives and help injured students. She's obviously Wonder Woman.
@suelyons531 Yıl önce
:137 She has PTSD. She is startled when someone coughs/sneezes. My heart goes out to her and the families. She did an amazing job both inside the classroom and in the court.
@ehuff8000 Yıl önce
I noticed that too
@simmiesim321 Yıl önce
Your an expert in PTSD ? You are medical professional that can state for a fact ??? No you can’t from a video clip
@alexisweber6185 Yıl önce
@@simmiesim321 yeah there’s no way someone who went through the traumatic experience of a mass shooting and killing of children she grew close with and then going back to work at the same place could have PTSD…🤦‍♀️🙄 Literally touch some grass.
@KyliWallsArtwork Yıl önce
I have watched a lot about this horrible tragedy and this woman's ability to communicate/not freeze up verbally under all that pressure. She really is a quick-thinking hero. So many more students could have been hit had she not spoken up, then to hear how she even spoke up again to get help faster... Damn. This lady deserves to never have to work another day in her life
@GOLDVIOLINbowofdeath Yıl önce
You don’t expect much of people
@DebbyKrish Yıl önce
for me one of the most scariest part of all these testimonies, is that almost all of them never questioned what they were hearing when the shooting started. No one tries to go out and check, no one thinks its some prank or whatever. Almost all of them knew immediately what they were facing. On one side it's great though that due to all of those lockdown drills they kind knew how to recognize what's going on, but it's also scary because it shows what world our kids are growing up in...
@carolbarker8488 Yıl önce
It isn't a world wide problem , kids in the UK don't need to do lockdown drills. The last school shooting in UK was the Dunblane massacre in 1996. Lessons were learned. Gun laws were made even tighter than they already were.
@jessmabbmesa20 Yıl önce
As long as we have politicians in the pockets of the NRA things won’t change like in the UK
@jessmabbmesa20 Yıl önce
As long as we have politicians in the pockets of the NRA things won’t change like in the UK
@jessmabbmesa20 Yıl önce
As long as we have politicians in the pockets of the NRA things won’t change like in the UK
@jamesr.g.2320 Yıl önce
@@carolbarker8488 you’re an island. You’re isolated. We’re not.
@BoilsonA Yıl önce
God be with the parents who have had to endure this trial! Pure torture for them while Cruz has his entourage supporting him . Its beyond words what the parents have to endure day in day out with this trial. My prayers are with them !
@donnasorisho3208 Yıl önce
Each parent should be able to inflict pain on the piece of garbage !!!!
@commandingsteel Yıl önce
@@donnasorisho3208 that's not how it works
@natasjailnyckyj2674 Yıl önce
@@commandingsteel sure, but it should be that way.
@deborahxavier1851 Yıl önce
Tears are coming out my eyes today. I could not review when it happened. God help these parents and families today. Protect those in school today .
@katewells759 Yıl önce
God bless her!! 😭 What a brave woman!!
@celinesbubyvelez761 Yıl önce
It amazes me that some of these women and men still get up and teach after such a traumatic experience having to loose students 😩 and a piece of mind and still walking those same halls
@AC-qx7eg Yıl önce
I doubt that any of those people have a “peace of mind” while they are teaching there. I understand what you meant though
@ForestSageStyles Yıl önce
So sad for this dear Teacher. What a horrible situation to live through. God bless her please. Amen
@tristanthomas5006 Yıl önce
I love how she bluntly responded yes to the prosecutor when asked that basic sod questions about the police turning up. Well typical of such a clear strong woman.
@somebodythatiusetoknow2027 Yıl önce
What a wonderful teacher who did her best to protect these kids even when she couldnt
@shannsimms9072 Yıl önce
I’m so angry and sad that these kids had to go through this
@commandingsteel Yıl önce
then stop being angry and sad... it's that simple
@missflip6522 Yıl önce
@@commandingsteel it is not easy to not be angry and sad
@commandingsteel Yıl önce
@@missflip6522 i said simple... not easy
@commandingsteel Yıl önce
@Artsy Fartsy no
@lorioutzen1306 Yıl önce
Such a hero. Thank goodness for people like her.
@crystalball8101 Yıl önce
We gotta do something we gotta save our children from ever going through this ever again
@agirlisnoone5953 Yıl önce
Lets start by being good parents. Seems to be a main theme, children from broken homes or neglectful parents are the kind that do this.
@sarahlaws5142 Yıl önce
@@agirlisnoone5953 yes! It starts at home.
@agirlisnoone5953 Yıl önce
@Artsy Fartsy so, gun control heals mental illness? Reverses all shitty childhoods?
@natasjailnyckyj2674 Yıl önce
@@agirlisnoone5953 of course not but it reduces the chances of them getting the gun in the first place, unless their parents are drug sellers etc, who have guns illegally to begin with.
@brendastith2160 Yıl önce
All I can say is, My heart breaks. WHAT A STRONG WOMEN..GOD BE WITH YOU 🙏
@donnawatson845 Yıl önce
How brave and gutsy must you be to go through this horrific tragedy...then return there to teach....then recount it all in court, relive it all, see brutal photos, with that scumbag in the same room....? Amazing lady and teacher. I'm sorry ma'am. Bless you
@kovu9880 Yıl önce
When she almost started crying describing the girl who died it broke my heart
@kelebek2818 Yıl önce
My god, I absolutely salute her for returning to work AND to the same school! She deserves a bravery award for that alone.
@Ghoulieanna Yıl önce
It’s NOT a teachers job to be “a good guy with a gun”. It’s NOT a teachers job to be a nurse on the battle field. Its NOT a teachers JOB to jump in front of a bullet to save their students. It’s NOT in a teachers job description to ever have to witness the ending of their students lives. But most if not all teachers would do these things anyways. It’s horrifying how normalized these instances have become in this country. We’re being forced to have children now because lawmakers want to protect the life of the fetus, but this is how those lives get protected by those same lawmakers after their birth. Those children should still be with us. This teacher should never have had to relive those memories because this should have never happened in the first place. I would wish for the death sentence, but it’s to easy of a way out for that scum. I hope they give him life in prison with NO possibility of parole and I can only pray the inmates he’s with make his life hell in there.
@paulmoreno6279 Yıl önce
We need more teachers like her
@janicecast8422 Yıl önce
I wasn’t there but listening to the testimonies makes me see what they saw. My God the horror that loner put those kids and teachers through. The lives he took FOR WHAT?!! He shot Meadow what like 9 times? All the families he destroyed and he’s just sitting there like a stupid idiot. They better keep him in solitary confinement for the rest of his miserable days because someone might finish him.
@coconutsciencegirl9232 Yıl önce
Such a brave woman…it’s sad we have to ask teachers to risk their lives just to step into a school…makes me so Unhopeful…
@Karen-en8rb Yıl önce
The faces of these parents is so heartbreaking
@elan2421 Yıl önce
This poor woman looks like she has PTSD... God bless her and all involved in this tragedy!
@mitchelllambaiso9746 Yıl önce
What an amazing teacher, God bless you.
@michellesouthflorida9682 Yıl önce
she had amazing control in that class. I have seen footage from other phones where she makes sure the class stays back. there was a boy next to her that was so brave and ran to check on the injured kids …
@sharayahpalmer Yıl önce
She’s an incredible woman! Some of her students recorded videos and they’re still online on Reddit.
@chronicallyella1191 Yıl önce
She shouldn’t have had to do it but she helped save some of those kid’s lives, making a tourniquet out of her blanket, absolute hero !!
@MissOptimist758 Yıl önce
I wonder if any of the teachers who have testified, ever taught Cruz? Truly heartbreaking and I pray that all affected find peace. RIP to all the lives lost💐
@chrisgio8439 Yıl önce
All I remember is the JROTC teacher having him for one year, besides that I am unsure
@amydamico9123 Yıl önce
I have yet to see a teacher testify and had him in class besides the JROTC.
@skthree Yıl önce
They wouldn't allow a Teacher to testify as to their experience or thoughts when teaching him. They would be ripped apart on cross examination.
@MissOptimist758 Yıl önce
@@skthree ohh I see. Thanks for the responses though, everyone👍
@carolinehobson7365 Yıl önce
Thank you, Ms. Rovien. You’re so brave! You’re a hero!!!
@km8017 Yıl önce
They are reliving the trauma,hatsoff to everyone testifying ,peace,love n prayers to all victims n families 🙏🏻🙏🏻
@jesuslovesu727 Yıl önce
You are an amazing teacher and human being Mam!!! Thank you for your bravery!! All of us around the country love you ❤😊
@dn2tymes172 Yıl önce
She is a brave and wonderful woman because she didn’t have to do that but she did
@sissyb9405 8 aylar önce
I really hope she is the highest paid teacher in the history of teachers. She saved so many lives in her classroom that day. When in this day of society all she would have been expected to do is save herself.
@thesincitymama Yıl önce
It’s interesting how she uses the pronoun “you” to describe her own recollections, rather than using “I” when she describes particularly distressing moments of the experience… perhaps as a way to emotionally distance herself from the trauma
@Goawaypleasenow 4 aylar önce
That’s actually exactly what it is…
@rayl1843 Yıl önce
This teacher is a true hero. Props to her!
@bernae.5743 Yıl önce
God bless them for helping the injured!
@bellanance5332 Yıl önce
As a psychology student I respect her and it’s hard to listen to. When she started describing the shots she separated herself by saying “you hear” and “vibrations in your chest”
@pixiedustgirl13 Yıl önce
Riveting testimony from this teacher, reliving a real-life nightmare.
@joealtieri758 Yıl önce
So sorry for all students and teachers 😪
@haydenharris3059 Yıl önce
How horrifically ironic that the second amendment rights are allowing this to happen because they won't sensibly amend those rights for modern day. This lady is a magnificent brave and rational person ❤ 😢 How she is able to recall this without falling apart is truly heroic and so were her actions.
@kelliedickson566 Yıl önce
You're a fool of you think an armed guard or armed teacher is a bad thing. So much tragedy could have been stopped much sooner. I bet the victims families agree
@haydenharris3059 Yıl önce
@@kelliedickson566 It's a school not the Ok Karal.
@kdawson8981 Yıl önce
This awesome teacher triaging these kids. What a horrible thing to have to do. I pray these poor victims get all the counseling they need. So sad.
@djholliday5132 Yıl önce
It is devastating that this is life in America now. Each time we send our children to school...each time these passionate teachers go to work - trying to make a difference...we have to wonder if they will be massacred.
@Garrett_Murr Yıl önce
Exactly right
@ryangalvatron4451 Yıl önce
Can I ask why this is still going on? He pleaded guilty, we knew he was guilty and day after day they keep having people recount these horrible stories that we know is hard for them to talk about. It would be like having myself on camera murdering people, admitting to it and then the court just going ok but we want everyone to tell their horrific experience of it.
@stephaniecaskinette4577 Yıl önce
To determine if he gets life in prison or death penalty. Prosecutors want death penalty. Defense wants life in prison.
@ryangalvatron4451 Yıl önce
@@stephaniecaskinette4577 I guess what they are doing is to show how much damaged he caused and what these people went through in hopes the jury chooses death.
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@jimwatson4513 Yıl önce
This teacher is a national hero in this case !!!! MY love goes out to this fine young teacher !!!! 🇺🇸🇺🇸✝️✝️❤❤
absolutely terrifying, they deserve to not be sitting ducks, teachers deserve a safe, fingerprint only, with a gun to help survival. imagine KNOWING you can't do NOTHING
@bryant475 Yıl önce
Armed guards at school building entrances that can only be opened from the inside, plus bulletproof windows (if the shooter even manages to get in), would've easily prevented this tragedy.
@zeldagoblin Yıl önce
How about metal detectors on doorways, too?
@bryant475 Yıl önce
@@zeldagoblin Some schools in minority areas like in some parts of my city (NYC) have metal detectors. It's normal for the students, and has likely saved thousands of lives bc during the daily school fights the students could easily pull a knife, but instead it ends up being a fist fight only. So yeah imagine Cruz getting to the school and seeing a metal detector at the entrance, hahaah. He'll suspiciously turn around and the guards will be like "Freeze, what's in the bag?" And then he's busted. In an alternative universe where people have brains and put these security measures in place, instead of political drivel, so many lives would be saved.
@zeldagoblin Yıl önce
@@bryant475 I totally agree, along with armed, highly trained security. The whole "it's like a prison" argument Is just a red herring. When they added high, steel, railing fenced perimeters around the primary school in which I work, we heard similar protests from parents and staff. However, 6 years on, nobody would dream of a school without those measures. The children don't deem it a prison, they feel safe. The prison comparison is a disguise for people who just want to axe the 2nd amendment. I just wish they'd be honest.
@Stopthisrightnow560 Yıl önce
I mean, y'all could get rid of guns entirely but sure, keep putting bandaids on gaping, rotting gangrenous wounds.
@canadianfreepress Yıl önce
Its scary to think that the shooter could have opened any of the classroom doors due to the window in the doors. One of the teachers said in court that she noticed that the shooter could get in from the door window. I cant amagin being in that situation and noticing a security flaw and hoping that the shooter doesnt notice.
@cannedheat2264 Yıl önce
In middle school and high school our teachers always put bulletin board paper over the windows and let us decorate them. it was pretty smart since we had a guy come in to our school with a machete roaming the halls.
@canadianfreepress Yıl önce
@@cannedheat2264 thats cool. But not enough. Those windows were deff a security flaw.
@AlexRamirez-vz1vj Yıl önce
I hope every classroom is equiped with first aid kits that have enough tourniquets for all students in the class going forward... Our kids are absolutely worth the cost and don't let the government say its way too expensive... I will make sure my kid has one in their back pack at all times...
@bryant475 Yıl önce
Yep, also bulletproof windows in the classroom doors, and armed guards at the entrances to buildings. This could've been easily prevented.
@zualapips1638 Yıl önce
@@bryant475 Should just renovate Prisons into schools at that point.
@vietnamanticommunistfounda7027 Yıl önce
@@zualapips1638 bulletproof windows aren't a bad idea tho
@JRR54 Yıl önce
Oh my wanting water meant a very serious injury. I know she didn’t know but you should not give water. So sad. She is so brave but you know in her heart and brain that this is still so traumatizing. God Bless all these heroes. . 🙏🙏🙏🥲
@ChezFeroce Yıl önce
I keep replaying 13:20-13:24 and it brings me to instant tears each time.
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