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Police Practice Campus Attack Drills
Following the shootings in Newtown, Connecticut some law enforcement officials are practicing how to handle a campus threats.
FOX News Radio’s Eben Brown reports:
A SWAT team storms the campus of North Carolina Central University in Durham as a gunman fires out the window. But it’s only a drill for 200 police and other first responders taking advantage of the closed campus to rehearse what to do if a gunman were to be on a school’s ground. Volunteers like Charles Mills pose as victims.
(Mills) “It felt realistic. You know, honestly, it felt like you know, like I was in that situation for real, a little bit.”
Eben Brown, FOX News Radio.