Walmart shooting in El Paso among deadliest gun massacres in US history

There were two mass shootings this weekend, one with a double-digit death total.

Another mass shooting took place in America -- this time, at a Walmart in Texas -- that changed the infamous rankings of the deadliest mass shootings in the nation's modern history.

On Saturday morning, 20 people were killed and 26 others were injured as a result of a shooting at an El Paso store.

That tally makes it the deadliest shooting in the U.S. since the shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, a year and a half ago.

The list of the deadliest mass shootings spans 53 years and seven states. The shooting at the El Paso Walmart marks the fourth shooting of the deadliest 12 across America that took place in Texas.

Six of the 12 deadliest shootings in the country have taken place in the past five years, as the shootings at the Las Vegas music festival, Pulse nightclub, Sutherland Springs church, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the San Bernardino regional center, and now the Walmart in El Paso, have all occurred since 2015.

Four of the five worst gun massacres on the list -- including the deadliest, at a concert in Las Vegas -- occurred in the past two years.

ABC News has compiled a list of the 12 deadliest mass shootings, which includes some incidents that had the same death tolls. Any suspects who were killed in the incidents are not included in the death tolls.

1. Route 91 Harvest Festival, Las Vegas – 58 deaths – Oct. 1, 2017

3. Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, Virginia - 32 deaths - April 16, 2007

4. (tied) Sandy Hook Elementary School, Newtown, Connecticut – 26 deaths – Dec. 14, 2012

4. (tied) First Baptist Church, Sutherland Springs, Texas – at least 26 deaths – Nov. 5, 2017

At least 26 people were killed and 20 others were injured when a shooter opened fire at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs. Further details of the shooting in the rural community, about 30 miles southeast of San Antonio, were not immediately clear.

5. Luby's Cafeteria truck ramming and shooting, Killeen, Texas – 23 deaths – Oct. 16, 1991

After slamming his Ford Ranger truck into the window of Luby's Cafeteria, 35-year-old George Jo Hennard said, according to The Killeen Daily Herald, "This is what the women of Bell County made me do." He then started firing his guns and murdered 23 people and left 20 more wounded. Ten of Hennard's victims were killed by single shots to the head. Once police responded, Hennard retreated to a restroom, where he killed himself.

6. Walmart, El Paso, Texas - 22. deaths - August 3, 2019

The suspect was identified by authorities as Patrick Crusius, 21, of Allen, Texas, and he was "taken into custody without incident" and without any law enforcement officers firing their weapons, according to El Paso Police Department Sgt. Robert Gomez. He later told investigators he wanted to shoot as many Mexicans as possible, two law enforcement officials told ABC News.

The wounded ranged in age from a 2-year-old to an 82-year-old victim.

The officials also said an assault-style rifle, similar to an AK-47, was secured at the scene along with several magazines.

At a news conference on Saturday night, El Paso police chief Greg Allen said that 20 people had died and 26 more had been injured. Allen said authorities are examining what he called a "manifesto" they believe was written by the shooter and shows a possible "nexus" to a hate crime. Two people who had suffered injuries later succumbed to those injuries while being treated at a hospital, bringing the total number of victims to 22.

7. McDonald's, San Ysidro, California – 21 deaths – July 18, 1984

James Oliver Huberty entered the fast food restaurant armed with a long-barreled Uzi, a pump-action shotgun and a handgun and took the lives of 21 adults and children and injured 19 others, including an elderly person and a baby, according to The San Diego Tribune. An hour after the shootings, a police sharpshooter killed Huberty, reported the Tribune. Before he went out to commit mass murder, he reportedly told his wife, "I'm going hunting ... hunting for humans," according to The New York Daily News.

8. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Parkland, Florida - 17 deaths - February 14, 2018

A former student who had been expelled from a Florida high school returned to the campus and opened fire both inside and outside of the school, at times firing through the glass windows of classroom doors.

Authorities arrested 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz, who had been expelled from Marjory Stoneman over disciplinary problems, in the aftermath of what has become the deadliest school shooting since an attack on an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012.

There were 17 people killed in the Valentine's Day shooting and more than a dozen others were injured, some critically.

9. (tied) University of Texas, Austin, Texas – 14 deaths – Aug. 1, 1966

U.S. Marine sniper Charles Joseph Whitman lugged a cache of rifles, pistols and a sawed-off shotgun up to the observation deck of the university's landmark clock tower. He then fired at will, striking unsuspecting students. He killed 14 people and wounded at least 30 others.

Whitman's terror was ultimately foiled after police officers Ramiro Martinez and Houston McCoy shot him dead.

Including the murders of his wife and mother, whom he killed earlier that day, the death toll stands at 16.

9. (tied) Inland Regional Center, San Bernardino, California – 14 deaths – Dec. 2, 2015

Husband and wife Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, and Tashfeen Malik, 27, dressed in tactical gear and armed themselves with assault rifles and pistols when they entered a mandatory Christmas party at a social services center where Syed worked, fatally shot 14 of his unarmed colleagues and left at least 17 others injured.

The couple then fled the center and died in a hail of bullets on a San Bernardino street when police caught up to their car.

On the day of the attack, FBI agents later confirmed, the couple researched ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi online.

9.(tied) Edmond Post Office, Edmond, Oklahoma – 14 deaths – Aug. 20, 1986

Patrick Henry Sherrill, 44, was a part-time postman who returned to his office a day after receiving a poor performance review. Armed with three handguns, he entered the federal building through the back and shot anyone in sight. He murdered 14 fellow postal workers 10 minutes before fatally shooting himself in the head. Authorities later determined Sherrill was angry that he might lose his job.

ABC News' M.L. Nestel, Andrea Miller, and Chris Donovan contributed to this report.