April 3, 2014
Lt. Gen. Mark Milley addresses the media during a news conference at the entrance to Fort Hood Army Post in Texas on Wednesday. A U.S. soldier shot dead three people and injured at least 16 Wednesday before taking his own life at the Army base, the site of another deadly rampage in 2009, U.S. officials said. The soldier, who was being treated for mental health problems, drove to two buildings on the base and opened fire before he was stopped by military police, in an incident that lasted 15-20 minutes, Fort Hood commanding officer Milley said. (Reuters/Erich Schlegel)
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Three people were killed and at least 16 injured in the shooting rampage
About five years after the deadly shootings in 2009, three are killed and 16 are injured by gunfire at Fort Hood, Texas, before the gunman, confronted by a military police officer, commits suicide by shooting himself in the head.