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Following The Mass Shooting In Texas Church Kills At Least 26, Celebrities Reacts

Updated On 05 Nov, 2017 Published On

A shooter opened fire at a church in Texas left at least 26 people killed on Sunday, according to authorities. And multiple celebrities have shown their sympathy towards the people of Texas and anger towards the lawmakers.

A solo gunman started firing inside the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Albert Gamez Jr., Wilson County Commissioner, told NBC News. Sutherland Springs is nearly 35 miles outside San Antonio.

Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Robert Murphy told CNN that the shooter was killed after a brief chase into neighboring Guadalupe County. He said it is not clear if the shooter was killed by police or attempt suicide.

Following The Mass Shooting In Texas Church Kills At Least 26, Celebrities Reacts

Following The Mass Shooting In Texas Church Kills At Least 26, Celebrities Reacts

Source: people

In the aftermath of the mass casualty, multiple celebrities (including Britney Spears, Sarah Silverman, Bernie Sanders, Reese Witherspoon, Lisa Vanderpump, Bob Saget, Sean Lowe, Justin Trudeau, Travis Tritt, President Donald Trump, Billy Eichner, and Kumail Nanjiane)  have spoken out, offering well-wishes for the Sutherland Springs community.

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 Comedian Billy Eichner meanwhile accused lawmakers of not taking sufficient action after mass shootings.

 

Texas Governor Greg Abbott, in a statement posted to Twitter, said, “Our prayers are with all who were harmed by this evil act. Our thanks to law enforcement for their response. More details from DPS soon.”