El Paso shooting among top 10 deadliest mass killings in US history

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At least 21 dead after shooting in El Paso, Texas

Multiple people were shot at a Walmart in El Paso Saturday, leaving at least 20 dead and one 21-year-old in custody, according to local reports.

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said it was “one of the deadliest days in the history of Texas.”

America’s deadliest mass killings:

1. Route 91 Harvest music festival, Las Vegas, October 2, 2017

Number of people killed: 58

Number of people injured: 527 injured

2. Pulse, Orlando, Fla., June 2016

Number of people killed: 49

Number of people injured: more than 50

3. Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va., April 2007

Number of people killed: 32

Number of people injured: 17

4. Sandy Hook Elementary School, Newtown, Conn., December 2012

Number of people killed: 26

5. First Baptist Church, Sutherland Springs, Texas, November 2017

Number of people killed: 26

6. Luby's Cafeteria, Killeen, Texas, October 1991

Number of people killed: 23

7. McDonald's, San Ysdiro, Calif., July 1984

Number of people killed: 21

8. Walmart, El Paso, Texas, August 3, 2019

Number of people killed: at least 20

Number of people injured: 26

9. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Parkland, Fla., February 2018

Number of people killed:17

10. University of Texas Tower, Austin, Texas, August 1966

Number of people killed:16

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