Army investigators on Sunday asked troops and civilians for help in the probe of a deadly mass shooting at Fort Hood last week, saying some who fled the gunfire might have evidence. The statement said such objects would help Army investigators and the FBI “in their bullet trajectory analysis of the scene, to insure the comprehensiveness of the ongoing investigation.”
Thirteen people — a dozen soldiers and a civilian — died Thursday in the shooting at the Fort Hood Army Post. Some 42 people were wounded, according to the post’s public information office. It was unclear how many of those suffered gunshot wounds.