The New York Stock Exchange holds a moment of silence before the market open on Monday for the victims of the Texas church massacre. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) The New York Stock Exchange held a moment of silence before the market open on Monday for the victims of the Texas church massacre. A U.S. Air Force veteran who fatally shot at least 26 people in a rural Texas church during Sunday services took his own life after a shootout with residents, the local sheriff said Monday. The gunman, who had been thrown out of the military for assaulting his wife and child, wounded at least 20 others during the rampage in the white-steepled First Baptist Church in the small town of Sutherland Springs. After the gunman, dressed in black tactical gear and firing an assault rifle, left the church, two armed local residents pursued him in vehicles. The chase ended when the gunman crashed his car and then shot himself, Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt told CBS News in an interview on Monday morning. The suspect was identified him as Devin Patrick Kelley, 26, multiple media reported, citing law enforcement officials.