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Video: Texas Shooting Scene Captured By Medic

August 14, 2012  | 

VIDEO: Texas Shooting Scene Captured By Medic

A former Army medic recorded video of the chaotic scene following a fatal shooting Monday at a College Station home, and urging an officer who secured the perimeter to let him tend to the wounded.

When police eventually allowed Rigo Cisneros in, Brazos County (Texas) Constable Brian Bachmann had died from a gunshot wound to the chest. Police say Cisneros' neighbor, Thomas Caffall, fatally shot Bachmann and his landlord Chris Northcliff as they attempted to evict him.

The video begins shortly after the shooting with SWAT officers yelling "Do not move" to a mortally wounded Caffall as they enter the home.

Cisneros told the The Huffington Post that Caffall asked him to "apologize to the officer who was shot" as he tended to his wounds

Related:

Texas Killer Was 'Crazy As Hell,' Family Says

Constable Killed In Ambush Near Texas A&M, Suspect Dead

Tags: Medical Aid, Officer-Involved Shootings, Crime Scenes, Citizen Video


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CONSERNED MOM @ 8/15/2012 9:32 AM

Thank you to the brave Medic who tried to save the Constable who was killed in the line of duty. If the family had made LE authorities aware of the probems of their family member and that he had firearms the officers could have made a prepared approach with this info. My prayers are with the Constable's family. Stay Safe LEO's.

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