Man Opens Fire at San Antonio Store, Killing Two People and Injuring Another Before Killing Himself; Officials Say He Was an Angry Boyfriend

One woman was taken to Brooke Army Medical Center, suffering a gunshot wound to the head, said Craig Martin, a hospital spokesman. The woman was found outside the building housing ProtoCall, a paging and answering service.

Police and emergency medical technicians entered the building at midmorning to remove the bodies of three victims, including the gunman, dead of a self-inflicted wound, said Capt. Frank Xiques, a supervisor in the city's communications division.

Another survivor was found hiding in the building, Xiques said.

Sgt. Sandy Perez, a police department spokeswoman, said the 42-year-old gunman had had a fight Monday night with his girlfriend, who worked at ProtoCall. It was not immediately clear if she was among the victims.

The first call came from one of the wounded, a woman, Xiques said.

``She indicated that somebody had walked in and shot three people. She indicated that she was shot,'' he said. ``Very calmly, she gave the address and any information we needed.''