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FOTOS | Mittwoch, 8. November 2017, 22:05 Uhr

Victims of the Texas church shooting

Bryan Holcombe (L), an associate pastor of the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs where the shooting took place, was killed in the gunfire. His wife, Karla (R) was also killed. Bryan and Karla's son, Marc Daniel Holcombe, was also killed with his infant child, Noah Holcombe, who was just a year old. Family members Joe and Claryce Holcombe told the Washington Post they lost eight extended family members.

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Bryan Holcombe (L), an associate pastor of the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs where the shooting took place, was killed in the gunfire. His wife, Karla (R) was also killed. Bryan and Karla's son, Marc Daniel Holcombe, was also killed with...more

Bryan Holcombe (L), an associate pastor of the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs where the shooting took place, was killed in the gunfire. His wife, Karla (R) was also killed. Bryan and Karla's son, Marc Daniel Holcombe, was also killed with his infant child, Noah Holcombe, who was just a year old. Family members Joe and Claryce Holcombe told the Washington Post they lost eight extended family members. Social media/Handout via REUTERS
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Another son of Bryan and Karla, John Holcombe, survived, but his wife, Crystal Holcombe (pictured), who was eight months pregnant, died with her unborn child and three of her children - Emily, Megan and Gregory.

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Another son of Bryan and Karla, John Holcombe, survived, but his wife, Crystal Holcombe (pictured), who was eight months pregnant, died with her unborn child and three of her children - Emily, Megan and Gregory. Social media/Handout via REUTERS

Another son of Bryan and Karla, John Holcombe, survived, but his wife, Crystal Holcombe (pictured), who was eight months pregnant, died with her unborn child and three of her children - Emily, Megan and Gregory. Social media/Handout via REUTERS
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Gregory Hill, 13, died with his mother Crystal Holcombe, and sisters Emily and Megan. Social media/Handout via REUTERS

Gregory Hill, 13, died with his mother Crystal Holcombe, and sisters Emily and Megan. Social media/Handout via REUTERS

Gregory Hill, 13, died with his mother Crystal Holcombe, and sisters Emily and Megan. Social media/Handout via REUTERS
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Emily Hill, 11, died with her mother Crystal Holcombe, and brother Gregory and sister Megan. Social media/Handout via REUTERS

Emily Hill, 11, died with her mother Crystal Holcombe, and brother Gregory and sister Megan. Social media/Handout via REUTERS

Emily Hill, 11, died with her mother Crystal Holcombe, and brother Gregory and sister Megan. Social media/Handout via REUTERS
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Megan Hill, 9, died with her mother Crystal Holcombe, and brother Gregory and sister Emily. Social media/Handout via REUTERS

Megan Hill, 9, died with her mother Crystal Holcombe, and brother Gregory and sister Emily. Social media/Handout via REUTERS

Megan Hill, 9, died with her mother Crystal Holcombe, and brother Gregory and sister Emily. Social media/Handout via REUTERS
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Joann Ward (pictured) and her two daughters, Brooke Ward, 5, and Emily Garza, 7, were among other victims of the mass shooting. Ward's uncle, John Alexander, wrote on Facebook that she was "such a wonderful mother whose whole life was her children and family." During the attack, Ward was "shielding [her] babies from the shooter," Vonda Greek Smith, a friend of Ward's, said on Facebook. Joann's 5-year-old son Ryland Ward was shot four times in the attack and flown by helicopter to University Hospital in San Antonio where he underwent surgery, according to the Dallas Morning News. Her 9-year-old daughter, Rihanna Ward, survived the attack.

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Joann Ward (pictured) and her two daughters, Brooke Ward, 5, and Emily Garza, 7, were among other victims of the mass shooting. Ward's uncle, John Alexander, wrote on Facebook that she was "such a wonderful mother whose whole life was her children...more

Joann Ward (pictured) and her two daughters, Brooke Ward, 5, and Emily Garza, 7, were among other victims of the mass shooting. Ward's uncle, John Alexander, wrote on Facebook that she was "such a wonderful mother whose whole life was her children and family." During the attack, Ward was "shielding [her] babies from the shooter," Vonda Greek Smith, a friend of Ward's, said on Facebook. Joann's 5-year-old son Ryland Ward was shot four times in the attack and flown by helicopter to University Hospital in San Antonio where he underwent surgery, according to the Dallas Morning News. Her 9-year-old daughter, Rihanna Ward, survived the attack. Social media/Handout via REUTERS
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Emily Garza, 7, was killed along with her mother Joann Ward and her sister Brooke Ward, 5.

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Emily Garza, 7, was killed along with her mother Joann Ward and her sister Brooke Ward, 5. Social media/Handout via REUTERS

Emily Garza, 7, was killed along with her mother Joann Ward and her sister Brooke Ward, 5. Social media/Handout via REUTERS
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Brooke Ward, 5, was killed along with her mother Joann Ward and her sister Emily Garza, 7.

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Brooke Ward, 5, was killed along with her mother Joann Ward and her sister Emily Garza, 7. Social media/Handout via REUTERS

Brooke Ward, 5, was killed along with her mother Joann Ward and her sister Emily Garza, 7. Social media/Handout via REUTERS
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Lula Woicinski White, 71, was the gunman's grandmother-in-law, according to CNN, citing multiple friends of the victim.

White's niece Amy Backus wrote on Facebook: "I have no doubt where she is right now. She is in Heaven laying her crowns and jewels at the feet of Jesus and celebrating." Backus added: "I love and will miss you Aunt Lula Woicinski White."

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Lula Woicinski White, 71, was the gunman's grandmother-in-law, according to CNN, citing multiple friends of the victim. White's niece Amy Backus wrote on Facebook: "I have no doubt where she is right now. She is in Heaven laying her crowns and...more

Lula Woicinski White, 71, was the gunman's grandmother-in-law, according to CNN, citing multiple friends of the victim. White's niece Amy Backus wrote on Facebook: "I have no doubt where she is right now. She is in Heaven laying her crowns and jewels at the feet of Jesus and celebrating." Backus added: "I love and will miss you Aunt Lula Woicinski White." Social media/Handout via REUTERS
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A couple from Michigan, Robert Corrigan and his wife, Shani, were killed, according to the Clare County Director of Veterans' Services.

"This is a huge tragedy, not only for the family, for this small town," Renee Haley, director of Veterans Services for Clare County, said in a statement.

The couple, who graduated from Harrison High School in Farmington Hills, Michigan, lived in Floresville, Texas, according to reports.

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A couple from Michigan, Robert Corrigan and his wife, Shani, were killed, according to the Clare County Director of Veterans' Services. "This is a huge tragedy, not only for the family, for this small town," Renee Haley, director of Veterans...more

A couple from Michigan, Robert Corrigan and his wife, Shani, were killed, according to the Clare County Director of Veterans' Services. "This is a huge tragedy, not only for the family, for this small town," Renee Haley, director of Veterans Services for Clare County, said in a statement. The couple, who graduated from Harrison High School in Farmington Hills, Michigan, lived in Floresville, Texas, according to reports. Social media/Handout via REUTERS
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Richard Rodriguez and his wife Theresa also died. Richard's daughter, Regina, told reporters her father attended church every Sunday and was always the center of attention. The couple married in 2006 and were "amazing people" who loved their church and working in their garden, the daughter said. She added that the loss of their grandfather had deeply affected her five children. "The oldest ones, they are the ones that are taking it hard," she told CNN.

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Richard Rodriguez and his wife Theresa also died. Richard's daughter, Regina, told reporters her father attended church every Sunday and was always the center of attention. The couple married in 2006 and were "amazing people" who loved their church...more

Richard Rodriguez and his wife Theresa also died. Richard's daughter, Regina, told reporters her father attended church every Sunday and was always the center of attention. The couple married in 2006 and were "amazing people" who loved their church and working in their garden, the daughter said. She added that the loss of their grandfather had deeply affected her five children. "The oldest ones, they are the ones that are taking it hard," she told CNN. Social media/Handout via REUTERS
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Tara Elyse McNulty was at the church on Sunday with her two children who were wounded but survived the attack, according to a GoFundMe page created by Amy Woodall who called McNulty, "a great employee."

"She was conscientious, engaging, and always willing to do the little things. She was a sweet, kind and loving woman, mother and daughter and will be greatly missed by many," Woodall wrote.

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Tara Elyse McNulty was at the church on Sunday with her two children who were wounded but survived the attack, according to a GoFundMe page created by Amy Woodall who called McNulty, "a great employee." "She was conscientious, engaging, and always...more

Tara Elyse McNulty was at the church on Sunday with her two children who were wounded but survived the attack, according to a GoFundMe page created by Amy Woodall who called McNulty, "a great employee." "She was conscientious, engaging, and always willing to do the little things. She was a sweet, kind and loving woman, mother and daughter and will be greatly missed by many," Woodall wrote. Social media/Handout via REUTERS
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A deeply religious couple, R. Scott Marshall and Karen Marshall, met while serving at North Carolina's Seymour Johnson Air Force Base more than 32 years ago, his sister, Holly Hannum, told reporters. "They lasted," Hannum said. "They had kids, they traveled. They had a love that lasted over time."

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A deeply religious couple, R. Scott Marshall and Karen Marshall, met while serving at North Carolina's Seymour Johnson Air Force Base more than 32 years ago, his sister, Holly Hannum, told reporters. "They lasted," Hannum said. "They had kids, they...more

A deeply religious couple, R. Scott Marshall and Karen Marshall, met while serving at North Carolina's Seymour Johnson Air Force Base more than 32 years ago, his sister, Holly Hannum, told reporters. "They lasted," Hannum said. "They had kids, they traveled. They had a love that lasted over time." Social media/Handout via REUTERS
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