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A Texas mother killed her 10-year-old son and seriously injured her 16-year-old daughter by shooting her two children before turning the gun on herself in the police investigation into murder-suicide.


The disturbing incident came about just before 10:00 on Thursday, when police and paramedics were called to the 500 block of the Wilderness Way in the San Antonio suburb of New Braunfels for a possible shoot report.


According to a press release from the New Braunfels Police Department, the responding officers came to find three gunshot wounds, two of them children.


It was announced that 43-year-old Chelsee Dodd and 10-year-old son Trace Dodd died at the scene.


Chelsee’s 16-year-old daughter was taken to the University Hospital to be treated for a serious, potentially life-threatening wound.


According to the police, preliminary results of the investigation show that the mother shot her children and then herself.


Dodd has worked as a real estate agent and has been married to her husband for over 16 years, although she hasn’t posted on social media since last December.


Dodd’s last Facebook post was published on Tuesday night just two days before the murder-suicide.


Find PEACE, all of you in the New Year! Merry Christmas From Dodds! ‘ Wrote.


The post was accompanied by a photo of his son and daughter posing with candy canes.


While police were working on the scene on Thursday, the nearby Oak Run Middle School, Veramendi Elementary School and New Braunfels Christian Academy faced “very brief isolation”.


According to a statement from New Braunfels Independent School District Inspector Randy Moczygemba, Trace Dodd was a fourth-grade student at Veramendi Elementary School, and his older sister was enrolled in New Braunfels High School.


“A crisis counseling team has been set up in both schools, and we recommend that you talk to your child about his feelings after hearing this news,” Moczygemba said. “Every child will react differently and we want to make sure they have the support they need.”