According to a video University Health shared on Twitter, the final Uvalde victim to be discharged more than two months after the assault was a 10-year-old girl.

A shooter attacked Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, earlier this summer and started shooting at the students and staff inside.

The horrific incident claimed the lives of two teachers, 19 students, and injured many more who were taken to hospitals.




Mayah Zamora, 10, who was the last survivor of the incident, has now been released from University Hospital. The medical staff cheered and applauded her as she waved goodbye on Friday, July 29, as she exited the facility.

The hospital declared Mayah’s release to be a “good day” in a tweet. Mayah Zamora, 10, who was the last victim of the shooting in Uvalde, was released.

They went on: “She passed out roses and left in style thanks to @HEB. She is our hero and we can’t wait to see all she accomplishes in the future! #MayahStrong.”

The hospital also posted pictures of Mayah giving flowers to employees and waving to them from her car as she drove home with her family.

In the meantime, a GoFundMe established in her honor has already received more than $114,000 to assist with covering the costs of the many surgeries and therapies she has had to have.

Her family provided more information about their daughter’s condition and expressed gratitude to everyone who had given so far in an update to the fundraising posted on June 10.

“Mayah’s family would like to give its most heartfelt gratitude to everyone who has donated,” they wrote.

“Mayah has a very long road to recovery, and we’re going to be with her the entire way. This long road includes numerous surgeries Mayah had undergone, future surgeries she may require, future hospital and doctor’s visits, mental health/trauma treatment, amongst many other things,” the family continued.

They wrote in their conclusion: “Mayah’s family is by her side as she receives medical care in San Antonio, about an hour and a half away from Uvalde. This family has left their home to tend to their daughter, this is emotionally, physically and financially taxing. Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated.”