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Wife of Fort Hood Suspect Grilled By Cops All Night

The wife of the soldier who allegedly shot and killed three people at Fort Hood on Wednesday told NBC News she was interviews by police throughout the night.
The media and Public Affairs military personel wait for a press conference to be held outside the Bernie Beck Gate after multiple people were killed and others injured when a shooter opened fire at Fort Hood, Texas, on Wednesday April 2, 2014. Officials have said the suspected shooter was among the dead, but this is not yet confirmed. "The injured personnel are being transported to Carl R. Darnall Medical Center and other local hospitals.Erin Trieb / for NBC News

NBC News made contact with the family of the man military officials identify as the gunman in the Fort Hood shooting.

At the address believed to be Ivan Lopez's apartment in Killeen,Texas, a woman answered the door Thursday morning.

When asked if she was the wife of the gunman, she nodded, but did not answer.

She said: "I'm sorry. I don't feel well. I've been talking to police all night."

A short time later, family members came to the apartment and escorted her to an unknown location.

Lopez moved into an apartment complex in Killeen, Texas, about three weeks ago with his wife and young daughter, neighbors told NBC News affiliate KXAS in Dallas-Fort Worth.

"They seemed real sweet," said neighbor Xanderia Morris.

Morris said when Lopez's name was announced on TV news reports, his wife came out of her apartment hysterical. Morris said she comforted her until authorities arrived a short time later and escorted her away.

— Gabe Gutierrez