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BREAKING: Nashville Police release bodycam footage showing officers neutralizing trans shooter of Christian school

The Nashville Police Department released bodycam footage from the private school shooting that left seven people dead, including the shooter.

The bodycam footage shows Metropolitan Nashville Police Department Officers Rex Engelbert, a 4-year veteran, and Michael Collazo, a 9-year veteran, responding to the active shooter alert and navigating through the Covenant campus Monday morning.

Engelbert is seen clearing the halls, urgently moving the team through the search for the suspect. He heard gunshots coming from upstairs and rushed to the second floor.

Officers discovered Hale on the second floor, and Collazo’s body cam footage revealed the moment officers, including Collazo, fired at the suspect, neutralizing the threat.

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The Metro Nashville Police have identified the two cops who took out the “transgender” Covenant School shooter.

Metropolitan Nashville Police Chief John Drake said Officer Rex Englebert and Officer Michael Collazo were the two officers fired at the 28-year-old Audrey Hale “and fatally wounded her.” This ended a horrifying killing spree that left six victims, including three children, dead.

Officer Englebert is a four-year MNPD veteran and Officer Collazo is a nine-year MNPD veteran according to Fox News.

The Gateway Pundit previously reported the victims names were three nine-year-old children; Evelyn Dieckhaus, Hallie Scruggs, and William Kinney — and three adult staff members; substitute teacher Cynthia Peak, 61, head of school Katherine Koonce, 60, and custodian Mike Hill, 61.

Hale was shot dead by police at the elementary school at 10:57 AM.

Drake said Hale was firing at police through a second floor window at the school. Officers including Englebert and Collazo entered and cleared the building and located Hale in a common area.

The first call to 911 about shots being fired in the building came in at 10:13 a.m. Officers rushed to the campus, made entry, and began clearing the building. Shots were heard coming from the second level. It was on the second floor, in a common area, that a team of officers encountered Hale shooting (she had been firing through a window at arriving police cars). Two members of an officer team fired on Hale fired on Hale and fatally wounded her.

Nashville police said that Hale, a former student at Covenant School, arrived at the campus in a Honda fit and was armed with three guns. These weapons were two AR-style weapons and a pistol.