Texas Department of Public Safety Col. Steven McCraw will testify on the Uvalde School shooting today before the Texas Senate Committee to Protect All Texans, according to the office of Texas Senator Robert Nichols who chairs the committee.
McCraw and his team will display photos and diagrams of the school showing the layout of the classrooms, according to the chair’s office. McCraw could also reference and talk about transcripts, Nichol’s office said. McCraw is also expected to bring in a physical door during his testimony. Details on the door were not provided.
The hearing will take place inside Texas Senate Chambers this morning.
Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick tweeted the Texas Senate hearings will have the “latest DPS investigations on Uvalde.”
“The Senate believes all testimony should be in the open. The families & the public have a right to know,” Patrick tweeted.