Pastor's 14-Year-Old Daughter Among 26 Victims of Mass Shooting in Texas Church

By CNSNews.com Staff | November 5, 2017 | 5:57pm EST
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(CNSNews.com) - Annabelle Renee Pomeroy, the 14-year-old daughter of the pastor of the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, was one of the victims of the mass shooting in that church this morning.

Her father, who was in Oklahoma at the time of the shooting, confirmed to ABC News that his daughter was one of the dead.

ABC News reported:

“A 14-year-old daughter of the pastor of a Baptist church in rural Texas was among those killed in a mass shooting at the church Sunday morning, the father told ABC News. Annabelle ‘was one very beautiful, special child,’ her father, pastor Frank Pomeroy, said. The girl, whose full name is Annabelle Renee Pomeroy, was her father's youngest daughter and died along with other church members, according to Frank Pomeroy, who spoke to ABC News. The pastor said he was in Oklahoma this morning when the shooter opened fire in his church, First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs.”

Live coverage available at KABB Fox 29 in San Antonio is available by clicking here.

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