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Texas official: 'Wrong decision' for officers not to breach Uvalde classroom door sooner

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Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steven McCraw told reporters he believed officers initially on the scene of the Uvalde school shooting made the "wrong decision" in hindsight not to breach the classroom door to engage the active shooter.