Texas Church Mass Shooting At Least 26 Dead, Several Injured Gunman 'Down'

11/5/2017 11:15 AM PST

Texas Church Mass Shooting Leaves 26 Dead, Several Injured (UPDATE)

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3:41 PM PT -- Texas Governor Greg Abbott confirms that at least 26 people have been killed. 

3:11 PM PT -- The shooter has been ID'd as 26-year-old Devin Patrick Kelley of New Braunfels, TX, according to multiple media outlets. 

2:21 PM PT -- The pastor of the Texas church, Frank Pomeroy, and his wife say they were out of town during the attack, but confirm their 14-year-old daughter, Annabelle, is among the dead. 

1:16 PM PT -- The Wilson County Sheriff now says about 25 people are dead, including the gunman. An official body count has not been released. 

12:15 PM PT -- At least 27 people are reportedly dead from the shooting, according to County Commissioner Albert Gamez Jr. 

President Trump tweeted that he's monitoring the Texas situation from Japan. He also sent his thoughts and prayers to the people of Sutherland Springs. 

A shooter opened fire at a church in Texas Sunday morning, leaving at least 15 people shot and multiple dead ... reportedly including the gunman. 

Police and paramedics responded to First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, TX around late morning Sunday on word of an active shooter at the premises. Law enforcement sources confirm to TMZ there are multiple deaths.

Early reports say as many as 15 people were shot, if not more ... unclear for now exactly how many might be dead. Neighbors reportedly told local media outlets they thought they might have heard the shooter reload at least once. 

Around 50 people usually attend the church, according to reports. Police on the scene reportedly said the gunman had deceased, and there was no longer an active threat. 

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