Graphic video of the moment the Nashville school attacker was shot dead by police has been released.
Audrey Halewho identified as a transgender male, was a student at a private Christian school, Killed three nine-year-old pupils and three adults before being blocked.
Officer Rex Engelbert’s body camera showed the perpetrator firing his rifle at Hale multiple times before he fell to the ground injured.
Officers then walked towards the 28-year-old man a few meters away, while officers yelled “move, move” and “be careful, be careful”.
The attacker, now on the ground, was shot several more times by police before an officer yelled “stop moving, stop moving” at the suspect, who appeared to be alive as one of their arms was moving.
One officer screamed “get your hands off the gun, get your hands off the gun,” while another said “suspect down, suspect down”.
Hale’s body is then shown lying next to the weapons, including the rifle, that the attackers were deadly monday morning attack On the second floor of Covenant School in Tennessee.
A second clip shows what happened from a different angle, as well as footage from Officer Michael Collazo’s body camera. He fired at Hale in a second salvo after the suspect was already on the ground.
Police stormed the building minutes earlier after video showed several people walking from one empty classroom to another before making their way to the second floor.
Multiple shots are heard in the video as officers run down the hallway — past what appear to be victims — into a rest area where the suspect falls to the ground after being shot.
The suspect was shot dead after a confrontation with officers, police said.
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The six-minute police video begins by showing Officer Engelbert retrieve a rifle from the trunk of his car before a member of staff takes him to the entrance and tells him the school is locked down, but at least Two children are missing.
“Let’s go! I want three!” the officer yelled as he used a key to unlock a door and enter the building, where an alarm could be heard going off.
Hale, described by officials as a “lone fanatic,” lives in Nashville and owns two assault weapons and a handgun.
Hale had a manifesto and a detailed map of the school, and shot into the building before the killing took place.
Police have also released video of the moment the attacker entered the school.
The six victims were named Evelyn Dieckhaus, Hallie Scruggs and William Kinney, all 9, substitute teacher Cynthia Peak and school administrator Mike Hill, both 61, and principal Katherine Koonce, 60.