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Texas Church Creates Memorial for Fort Hood Shooting Victims

Image: A memorial of three white crosses and 16 flags stands at the Central Christian Church
A memorial of three white crosses and 16 flags stands at the Central Christian Church in Killeen, Texas, on Thursday, in honor of the three military service members killed and 16 injured during the shooting at Fort Hood on April 2. Erin Trieb / for NBC News

A memorial of three white crosses and 16 flags stands at the Central Christian Church in Killeen, Texas, on Thursday, in honor of the three military service members killed and 16 injured during the shooting at Fort Hood on April 2.

Image: Bob Gordon, left, and Bob Butler paint crosses they placed in front of 16 American flags as they build a memorial in front of Central Christian Disciples of Christ church for the victims of yesterday's shooting at Fort Hood
Bob Gordon, left, and Bob Butler paint crosses they placed in front of 16 American flags as they build a memorial in front of Central Christian Church for the victims of yesterday's shooting at Fort Hood on April 3 in Killeen, Texas. Iraq war veteran, Ivan Lopez, is reported to be the shooter that claimed three lives and wounded 16 more before taking his own life at Fort Hood. Joe Raedle / Getty Images