The Roanoke, Virginia community is in mourning, after the murders of TV reporter Alison Parker and her cameraman, Adam Ward. The alleged gunman, known on-air as Bryce Williams, killing himself after posting a video of the murders.

FOX News Radio's Jon Decker with more from Virginia:

Here in Moneta, Virginia there is still disbelief over yesterday morning's deadly shooting. The families of Alison Parker and Adam Ward are piecing together their loss at the hand of a former co-worker, Vester Flanagan. 

Flanagan's scheme began with the legal purchase of his gun two days after the Charleston church massacre in June. 

Flanagan, in a letter faxed to ABC News after yesterday's killing, said that church shooting after years of discrimination sent him, in his words, "over the top".

A third victim of the shooting, Vicki Gardner, has undergone surgery and is expected to recover.

In Moneta, Virgina, Jon Decker, FOX News Radio. 

(AP Photo/David Bruns)
(AP Photo/David Bruns)

The man police say shot and killed a Virginia news crew had a history of short-lived TV jobs.

FOX News Radio's Tonya J. Powers reports: 

Vester Flanagan was a former reporter who went by the on-air name "Bryce Williams".

FOX News has obtained a copy of Flanagan's resume from 2009, and it shows his news career started in Savannah, Georgia in 1997. He had intermittent reporter jobs along with positions in customer service.

He worked at WDBJ in 2013, where station manager Jeff Marks described Flanagan.

(Marks) "He was sort of looking out for people to say things that he could take offense to..."

Marks says Flanagan was fired for anger issues and escorted from the station by police.

Flanagan died at a Virginia hospital from a self-inflicted gunshot wound a few hours after the news crew was shot and killed.

Tonya J. Powers, FOX News Radio.