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Footage released by the Nashville Police Department shows the exceptional courage displayed by the two officers who took down the deranged shooter Audrey Hale at a private school in Nashville.
Engelbert and Collazo were the first responders who arrived at the Covenant School Campus after receiving calls around 10:13 a.m, the police department said in a press release,
Collazo, one of the hero cops who gunned down shooter Audrey Hale is a Marine Veteran.
“[He’s] obviously very brave, braver than I ever imagined,” his sister, Deanne Collazo DeHart, told New York Post. “He really does love his job.
“When I sit and think about all the training and all the different classes that he does, and all the family events that he’s had to miss because of training or leaving to go through this training or this class,” DeHart said, “it all really does pay off.
Nashville community came together for a vigil to mourn the loss of three 9-year-olds and three staff members who lost their lives in the tragic shooting at a private Christian school in Nashville.
“Just two days ago was our worst day,” Mayor John Cooper said, opening the citywide vigil. “Our heart is broken. Our city united as we mourn together,” the Mayor said.
“Our police officers have cried and are crying with Nashville and the world. I have cried and continue to cry and I have prayed for Nashville as well,” Drake said, thanking the officers who rushed into the building and the other first responders who provided emergency care to the victims.
The community came together to mourn the loss of three 9-year-olds and three adults who became victims of the shooting and honor the courage of NCPD.