Transcript for Tense moments in Texas town
Some tense moments in that Texas town, the scene of the mass shooting late today, when authorities got yet another call of shots fired in a neighboring community. Authorities responding, and our Matt Gutman made it to the scene, just as the vice president now arrives in Sutherland springs. And just as we also get the full list of victims tonight, their images now emerging. ABC's Matt Gutman from Texas again this evening. Reporter: Tonight, that scare in Texas. Reports of shots fired near the site of Sunday's massacre. Dozens of police units racing through red traffic lights, sirens blaring, lights flashing, to a nursing home just a mile and a half away from where vice president Mike pence is set to pray over the tragedy. Nerves still raw here, as we learn that the camera that regularly filmed the little chapel's Sunday services was rolling last Sunday, too. Law enforcement officials describing a joyous service turning into a bloodbath. For seven minutes, the gunman methodically walked into every single pew to execute his victims, echoing what survivor Rosa Solis told us. Told my sister, you could hear a pin drop in there. Quiet. Real quiet. Reporter: So, the only sound was the sound of bullets. Yeah. Officials say about 400 bullets. Nine children also executed, including Charlene Uhl's 16-year-old daughter Haley. They still haven't let me see my daughter. So to me it's not fully real yet, because I still haven't seen her. Reporter: Is it important for you to see her? Part of me hopes that they're wrong and it's not her and maybe she's just in the hospital. But -- I want my daughter back. I want to see her walk through the door. Reporter: Tonight, as mourners place flowers at makeshift memorials, the names of all 26 victims released. They include the eight members of the Holcombe family, including an unborn child. The holcombs called neighbor Mary Dyckman "Nana." They were wonderful people. And you couldn't help but love them. So much heartbreak in that town. And Matt Gutman with us live, those reports late today were very concerning, shows how on edge that town is, but you are getting the all-clear for anyone watching tonight? Reporter: That's right. Nothing happened here. It was a false alarm. Somebody called 911, saying that there were shots fired in that nursing home behind me. And now the healing here is starting to begin. That congregation so decimated in that massacre. We understand that they will hold church services here on Sunday. Obviously missing the majority of their members. David? Matt Gutman with us again tonight. Thank you, Matt.
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