Texas School Shooter’s Grandmother ‘May Never be Able to Talk Again’ After He Shot Her in the Face

Celia “Sally” Martinez Gonzales — the grandmother of Uvalde, Texas, school shooter Salvador Ramos — may never be able to talk again after her grandson shot her in the face. (Facebook)

The Texas school shooter’s grandmother, who he shot in the face before killing 19 kids and two teachers, may never be able to talk again, a relative told The Post on Sunday.

“The bullet went into Sally’s jaw just next to her mouth and shattered all her teeth,” said Jason Ybarra, a second cousin of injured granny Celia “Sally” Martinez Gonzales, 66.

“If the bullet was an inch in another direction, it would have blown her head off,” he said.

“She’s doing fairly well, considering what happened. But she may never be able to talk again,” added Ybarra, 45.

Martinez Gonzales is currently only communicating by writing, Ybarra said.

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SOURCE: New York Post, Jack Morphet and David Propper