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Gunman, 2 Boys Die In Texas Shootings

BAY CITY, Texas (AP) - Investigators say two of four children shot in an attack at a mobile home in Southeast Texas have died.

Bay City police have not released the names of the victims or their relationship to the gunman, who they say killed himself with a shot to the head in the attack Wednesday afternoon.

The conditions of the surviving two children and a woman also wounded in the attack were not available early Thursday.

The Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences says the two boys died Wednesday night at a Houston hospital.

Police in Bay City did not respond to messages left by The Associated Press early Thursday. Bay City is the Matagorda County seat of about 18,000 residents, 65 miles southwest of Houston.

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