Sheriff says church shooter has been taken down

Violet Powell
November 6, 2017

It was unclear whether the shooter died from a police bullet or at his own hand, as per media reports. Law enforcement sources confirm to TMZ there are multiple deaths.

The Wilson County News reports that Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt said the shooter has been taken down. "My heart is broken".

"I never thought it would happen here". It doesn't matter where you're at.

"This is a very small community, so everyone was very curious as to what was going on". The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has tweeted that special agents from its San Antonio field office have been dispatched to the scene.

The number of victims and the extent of their injuries was not immediately clear.

Megan Posey, a spokeswoman for Connally Memorial Medical Center, which is in Floresville and about 15km from the church, said "multiple" victims were being treated for gunshot wounds.

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To the martyrs of Southerland Springs: Remember God is our comfort, God is our patience.

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Carrie Matula, who works at a service station about 140m away from the church, told MSNBC she heard "semiautomatic gunfire" and looked to see what was going on.

US President Donald Trump on Sunday said that he was monitoring from Japan the shooting at a Baptist church in Texas. On Sunday, the Lone Star flag of Texas was flying alongside the US flag and a third, unidentified banner. "Please say a prayer for First Baptist congregation, first responders & the community there", he said.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott tweeted about Sunday's incident.

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