Three hero cops who crushed the Nashville school shooting say they are being pursued for stepping over a victim
Three brave officers who struck down Nashville gunman Ashley Hale said they “just wanted to save the kids” as they spoke to each other for the first time since the mass shooting.
Transgender Hale, 28, opened fire with 152 rounds in just 14 minutes, killing three children and three staff at Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee.
Detective Michael Collazo and Officer Rex Englebert were the first on the scene, bursting into the school and gunning down Hale – who had positioned herself to fire on the police cars when they got to the scene.
Both officers have remained silent about the March 27 shooting, but during a press conference, both officers spoke about their actions that saved dozens of lives.
They revealed they had never worked together before that day, and Englebert explained that they gave each other clear orders as they made their way through the school.
Detective Michael Collazo (right) and Officer Rex Englebert (left) were the first on the scene, bursting into the school and gunning down Hale – who had positioned himself to fire on the police cars when they got to the scene
Detective Sgt. Jeff Mathes, who has not yet been identified, is one of the officers who entered the school with Englebert.
At the press conference he said: “The smell of gunpowder was in the air. We have all stepped over a sacrifice
“To this day I don’t know how I did it morally. But the training is what came into play.’
Source: | This article originally belongs to Dailymail.co.uk
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