VERY GRAPHIC - Officer Shooting Caught On Camera, El Cajon Shooting
EL CAJON - August 21, 2011 - An officer is shot right in front of a news camera. The entire event is caught on camera including shots fired, officer rescue, SWAT standoff, house fire, helicopter water drops, and more.1033 Prince St, El CajonThis footage won an Emmy for Spot/Breaking News Coverage.
The Special Task Force foils a heist. The video shows the shootout and the nature of the video footage is not suitable for minors. I found a few of these clips which I will upload - I find the SA Task Force an exceptional team and they need a lot more recognition. Well Done to the team!
SEE PART 2 for the pickup with helicopter!! I live in Dublin and I have seen this helicopter so many times, comes very close to the actual ship. I post this video since the second video which is the pickup by helicopter is the one that I wanted to post but the two are the same incident.
Rewritten as a tribute to fire fighters, its just brilliant. Thank You too!
This video was making in Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires. The Naval Prefecture of Argentine make this rescue.
Springfield police followed footprints in the snow to a Grand Street residence where a shootout left one officer injured and an as-yet-unidentified suspect dead. Chief Paul Williams said multiple Springfield police officers have been placed on administrative leave while an investigation continues. Williams said this afternoon at a press conference that officers attempted to pull over a pickup truck early Friday morning for not having license plates. The driver fled and the truck was eventually wrecked and abandoned near the 700 block of N. West Ave., police say. Police followed footprints to 2506 West Grand Street and secured the scene. They later obtained a search warrant, Williams said. At some point during the execution of the warrant, Williams said, a gunman emerged and began shooting. Differing from earlier police accounts, Williams said a single gun battle began inside the home and ended — with the shooter’s death — outside the home. Earlier accounts were that two separate gun battles took place at the home. Williams identified Det. Travis Wilson as the officer who was shot in the right side of his back. An earlier spokesperson described the wound as a “graze.” Two people were detained at the scene, questioned and have since been released, Williams said. Williams said each officer who fired a shot was place on administrative leave — standard protocol in fatal shootings.