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At least five people were dead after a gunman who hijacked a postal service vehicle in West Texas shot 21 people, authorities said Saturday.
The gunman was killed and three law enforcement officers were among the injured.
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'Don't know how many people have been killed, the condition of those who have survived.
Don't know what the motivation is, do not yet know the firearms that were used, or how they acquired them. Police are seen evacuating patrons from the movie theater in front of where the shooting suspect was killed (top right) and surrounding a white van (bottom right) Saturday.
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Dramatic witness video has emerged of the moment a police shootout ended a mass shooting rampage in the neighboring cities of Midland and Odessa, Texas. Among those injured was 17-month-old Anderson Davis (left) – she was struck in the chest with shrapnel, has a hole through her bottom lip and tongue and her front teeth were knocked out.
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Former Texas representative and Democratic presidential nominee hopeful Beto O'Rourke (left) said Saturday's mass shooting in West Texas 'is f**ked up' and blasted Congress for not doing enough to stop gun violence.