Family funeral for any third of Texas church shooting victims

November 15, 2017 Updated: November 15, 2017 12:12am

FILE - This April 16, 2017, photo provided by Torie McCallum shows Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church shooting victims John and Crystal Holcombe in Floresville, Texas. John survived the shooting but his wife Crystal, who was pregnant, was killed along with three of their children Sunday, Nov. 5, at the church. John Holcombe will hold a funeral Wednesday, Nov. 15, for his pregnant wife and three of her children, his parents, a brother and a toddler niece. Holcombe has arranged a public funeral for his family at an event center in Floresville, about 12 miles from the church where the shooting occurred. A procession of hearses will travel from the funeral home to the center. The dead will be buried privately on an unspecified date. (Torie McCallum via AP, File) Photo: Torie McCallum, AP / Torie McCallum

Photo: Torie McCallum, AP

SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas (AP) — Among the survivors of the mass shooting in a small Texas church holds a funeral Wednesday for his pregnant wife and three of her children, his parents, a brother along with a toddler niece.

Devin Patrick Kelley shot and wiped out 25 people in the church November. 5. Government bodies have place the official toll at 26, because Holcombe’s wife, Very Holcombe, was pregnant.

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The dead is going to be hidden independently with an unspecified date.

Kelley died of the items made an appearance to become a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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FILE – This April 16, 2017, photo supplied by Torie McCallum shows Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church shooting victims John and Very Holcombe in Floresville, Texas. John survived the shooting but his wife Very, who had been pregnant, was wiped out together with three of the children Sunday, November. 5, in the church. John Holcombe holds a funeral Wednesday, November. 15, for his pregnant wife and three of her children, his parents, a brother along with a toddler niece. Holcombe has arranged an open funeral for his family in an event center in Floresville, about 12 miles in the church in which the shooting happened. A procession of hearses will travel in the funeral the place to find the middle. The dead is going to be hidden independently with an unspecified date. (Torie McCallum via AP, File)

John Holcombe has arranged an open funeral for his family in an event center in Floresville, Texas, about 12 miles in the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, in which the shooting happened. A procession of hearses will travel in the funeral the place to find the middle.

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