Nashville highlighted the names of all the ‘hero’ cops that put their lives in danger to help save others.
The state’s police department went ahead and identified the 6 cops who cleared buildings, right before a massive explosion struck on December 25th. In the same way, the state’s mayor, John Cooper, also praised those men and women who acted swiftly in evacuating buildings, situated in downtown Nashville.
Not only did these men and women put their own lives on the line, but they also helped in averting the great loss of life. The massive bombing rocked the state on Christmas morning, claimed media sources.
Mr. Cooper was all praise for his state’s law enforcement agencies, calling them ‘heroes.’ He also thanked them for their great role as first transponders.
Meanwhile, Nashville’s Police Department went ahead in highlighting all 6 names of officers. They range from a rookie, all the way up to an 11-year-old Veteran too.
News agencies confirmed how the officers swiftly arrived at the scene, moments after the clock struck 6 am. And that was right after they received an emergency call about hearing gunfire. In the same way, they also mention how they discovered the RV blaring a loud and recorded warning.
It clearly reported how ‘all the buildings in this area need to be evacuated immediately.’
For this reason, the cops explain how they had no choice but to knock on doors and evacuate residents quickly. Metro’s Police Chief, John Drake, said that the officers ‘saved so many lives today.’
Media sources quote how only three people sustained injuries from the mega blast which destructed countless nearby buildings. The forceful magnitude of the blast also shattered numerous windows for blocks too.
Mr. Cooper also mentioned how this critical time period is when we actually realize how important our first transponders are to the community, time, and time again. And it was very unfortunate that it came during a moment of celebration, Christmas Day.