“I felt that lady left me to die yesterday,” Rogers said.
Buffalo police went through all 911 calls from the shooting, according to Poloncarz.
“They identified this one call, the issue associated with it, it was completely unacceptable,” he told CNN.
“We teach our 911 call takers that if someone is whispering, it probably means they are in trouble,” Poloncarz said, noting that dispatchers must be aware that callers may be in “an area of concern, not just with regards to active shooters but potentially with regards to domestic violence that someone may be calling.”
Authorities said the shooter arrived at the market around 2:30 p.m. ET wearing tactical gear and armed with a rifle. He shot four people outside the grocery, three fatally, before entering. Once inside, the shooter was confronted by security guard and former Buffalo police officer Aaron Salter, 55, who was shot dead trying to stop the gunman. The shooter shot eight more people inside the store, six of whom died, authorities said. Police responded and took the suspect into custody.
The Daily Wire is not naming the shooter in keeping with a policy of depriving mass shooters of undeserved notoriety.
He allegedly live-streamed the murder spree on Twitch after driving some three-and-a-half hours from Broome County, New York, to the market because it is frequented by African Americans.
Authorities suspect the shooting was racially motivated, in part because the suspect is white and 11 of his 13 victims are black. The barrel of the suspect’s gun bore “the N-word” spelled out in white paint, along with the numeral 14, according to The Buffalo News. A government official told the outlet the number refers to a 14-word statement that is popular with white supremacists.
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