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At least 11 police officers and one civilian have been shot in Dallas.
Officials said two snipers carried out an “ambush-style” attack.
Obama called the attack “vicious, despicable, and calculated.”
Gunfire first broke out during a peaceful Black Lives Matter protest.
The sniper attack in Dallas marks the deadliest day for police in the U.S. since the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
Downtown Dallas was in lockdown early Friday, after snipers shot and killed five police officers “ambush-style” during a Black Lives Matter protest in the Texas city.
At least six other police officers and one civilian were also injured in the deadliest day for police in the U.S. since the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown said early Friday three suspected snipers were in custody and police were still in negotiations with another suspect, who was being uncooperative and at times exchanging gunfire with officers in a parking garage.
Local media reported that the suspect involved in the standoff later died.
“He told negotiators that the end is coming, and he is going to hurt and kill more of us,” Brown said at a press conference earlier, noting the man had also claimed there were bombs around the structure. “We are being very careful in our tactics so that we don’t injure any of our officers in harm’s way.”
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings added that downtown Dallas would still be considered “an active crime scene” going into Friday, and urged people to check the city’s news updates on which areas to avoid. The FAA also temporarily instituted a temporary flight restriction over the area.
President Barack Obama addressed the shootings from Warsaw, Poland, where he’d been attending a meeting with NATO officials.
“There has been a vicious, despicable, and calculated attack on law enforcement,” he said. “I think I speak for every single American when I say that we are horrified.”