Gunman Opened Fire at Texas Church
A Gunman on Sunday walked into the United States Texas church and opened fire at the worshipers killing 26 people and injuring 20 other people. The killer was identified as Devin Kelly, was dressed in a full black color, has been killed after chasing by the United States Police.
The Place where an attack took place in Sutherland, which comprises the small community of 400 people, located almost 30 miles from southeast of San Antonio in Wilson Country.
According to reports, the killer Devin Patrick Kelly, is a white man, Had been in his 20s, has also served in the US Air Force. The United States Defense Department has kept mum and not decided to not reveal any information about his. Kelly lived in a suburb of San Antonio.
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The United States President has also condemned the attack, who has been to Japan. Currently, he has been his first marathon tour of Asia, which will end on November 14. He Tweeted about the incident reading, “May God be W/ the people of Sutherland Springs, Texas. The FBI and Law enforcement are on the scene. I am monitoring the situation from Japan.”
What Happened in Texas Chuch Firing?
The Sunday which is often known as prayers day for the worshiper, when the crowd gathered at local Church in Texas, for Sunday Prayer, all of Sudden a Man in a full black attire Entered into the Church and started indiscriminately firing at the worshipers. The fire left almost 26 people killed and injured 20 others.
The Killer, Later identified as Devin Kelly has served in the US Air Force. The Attack is being compared as one of the worst incidents ever happened in the history of US. But, the US Defense Minister has not revealed any information about him.
What kind of Weapons were used by the Killer in the Texas Church Firing?
According to a report, the killer Kelly left the spot when the locals started reverting by using their own rifles. But he was found dead in his own car. He used .223 rifle, and more explosives were recovered from his Car.
The Former United States President Barack Obama also condemned the horrific attack and called it an act of hatred. He Tweeted, We grieve with all the families in Sutherland Springs harmed by this act of hatred, and we’ll stand with the survivors as they recover.
14-year-old girl among the victims in Texas Church Firing
Among those deceased was a 14-year-old girl named Annabelle Renee Pomeroy. According to her father, Frank Pomeroy, who is a pastor at the church.
Annabelle “was one very beautiful, special child,” Pomeroy told ABC News
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