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12 January 2018, 09:30 | Erica Roy
'Multiple' Deputies Hit in Colorado Shooting, Officials Say
Campus security's concerns were validated when Colorado authorities responded to a complaint of verbal disturbance at an apartment complex in Highlands Ranch, nearly 20 miles south of Denver.
"All of them were shot very, very quickly and they all went down nearly within seconds of each other", Spurlocktold reporters at a news conference, calling it an "ambush-type" attack.
Four other officers were injured during the incident, they are Deputy Mike Doyle, 28-year old, Deputy Taylor Davis, 30-year old, Deputy Jeffrey Pelle, 32-year old and Castle Rock Police Department SWAT Officer Tom O'Donnell, 41-year old.
Spurlock said deputies came under fire nearly immediately after entering a suburban Denver apartment and trying to talk with the suspect, who was holed up inside a bedroom.
A law enforcement motorcade accompanied the fallen officer from a hospital in nearby Littleton to the coroner's officeon Sunday.
The suspected gunman was also shot and the sheriff's office says he's believed to be dead.
Pictured, Deputy Zackari Parrish of the Douglas County, Colorado Police Department.Deputy Zackari Parrish pictured with his two daughters.Deputy Zackari Parrish: 'God never uses anyone greatly until he tests them deeply'.
Parrish leaves behind a wife and two children.
Residents in the area were put on "code red" alert and told to stay inside away from windows during the incident.
Commenting on the wounds to his officers, he told reporters: All of them were shot very, very quickly and they all went down nearly within seconds of each other.
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