Systemic failures & Texas school shooting response, report finds



A report into the Uvalde school shooting in Texas, that killed 21 people, has found "systemic failures and egregiously poor decision making" by those involved in the response.
The committee of state legislators highlighted a lack of leadership and urgency, describing a "lackadaisical approach" by authorities at the scene.
Nearly 400 officers rushed to the site, but police waited over an hour to confront the attacker.
The report was published on Sunday and it was hand-delivered to victims' families before being made public.