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Video: Sikh Temple Dash Cam Videos Released

September 10, 2012  | 

VIDEO: Sikh Temple Shooting

Wisconsin authorities released two video clips Monday showing gunfights between Oak Creek (Wis.) Police officers and the Sikh temple shooting suspect.

The clips—from the squads of Lt. Brian Murphy and Officer Sam Lenda—show the officers taking fire from Wade Page and returning fire. Officer Lenda halted the shooting when he fatally shot Page with his patrol rifle.

The first clip shows Lt. Murphy exiting his patrol car after heading up the temple driveway. The officer engages Page who fired at Lt. Murphy. Page hit Murphy with 15 shots, including three on his ballistic vest, reports Fox6 Milwaukee.

Page then fired on Officer Lenda—one shot hit the officer's patrol car. Officer Lenda fired six shots, hitting Page.

Related:

Sheriff Releases 911 Calls From Sikh Temple Shooting

FBI: Sikh Temple Shooter Killed Self

Wounded Officer Faced Hail of Bullets at Sikh Temple


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