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The police department in Sacramento, Calif., released dramatic body camera footage Friday, in connection with the fatal shooting of a 26-year-old rookie cop.
The officer, Tara O’sullivan and was shot several times by at least one of her wounds is “not survivable,” when she and her training officer, Daniel ” Chip, they were ambushed Wednesday while on a domestic violence call, FOX 40 Sacramento reported.
“Are you OK? YOU OK?” Chip is heard screaming in the video.
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“This is a high-powered rifle. Please go right here right now,” the officer said into his radio. “We have to go down.”
“Officer down!!! Officer down!!!”, is he going to go further.
“Stay there,” he said as more shots were heard.
“Yes, he’s still shooting,” Chip whispered. “He’s changing them.”
“Do sit down. Yes, he’s still shooting. He will change them.”
Sacramento police officer is heard on the bodycam video
Previously, the camera was capable of capturing the Chip to try to persuade the suspect to the approach of the officers meant no harm.
“Oh, the Nobility, and the Police department,” Chip recalls. “You’re not arrested, you’re not going to have problems. If you’re not in trouble, dude.”
Suddenly, it was over 20 shots ring out from the inside of the door, as FOX-40 reported. Chip hurries away from the door, and take cover in an adjacent carport.
O ‘ Sullivan had a new woman move her stuff out of the garage of the house when she was shot to death, police said.
“It was an ambush-style attack on a Sacramento police officer that took hours and hours,” Sacramento police chief Daniel Hahn said. “Among the most dangerous and trying of circumstances, our officers performed admirably.”
On Friday, the suspect, Nobles Sambrano, Ramos, 45, was charged with murder, attempted murder and possession of illegal weapons. He was arrested after an eight-hour stand-off.
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Hahn said that the defendant had several firearms, including two assault rifles.
The department has been criticized for taking up to 45 minutes to go to the rescue of O’sullivan, who later died in the hospital. In the late evening, said the officials, who are required to wait until an armored vehicle arrived, “or” we have extra officers were murdered on that day,” the Associated Press reported.
The officers arrived at Ramos’ home, because he had failed to appear in court for a domestic violence charge.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.