A Word For Friday and Saturday- An Insight Word of Knowledge-Red Alert Day Into Saturday Words From That Post
Why a word like this? This word concerns the USA. NO fear, if you have no witness do what you will, not a word to hide, just prudent, have prudent observation of your surroundings today and tonight into Sat .
RED alert day for a false flag, to take away guns this is the key, all to disarm the USA. I do not own a gun, nor have I ever shot one, but the constitution says you can have guns, This will cost everything, no invasion, no martial law, not until the guns are gone and , or, starvation, and freely hand in guns for a meal, in a place you will never, ever leave, you can check in anytime you want but you can never leave- I do not mean the Hotel California.
Because the West and other places are under Judgment esp USA, the rights we have today the few rights that remain, will all be gone and no one will have any rights.This is what the lord means by going into captivity a lose of freedom and constitutional rights. These are always taken away when a place is under Judgment and later occupation by a foreign power all this will haopen very soon.
- Jesus is lord and he still speaks
- People would know your help would be well invested in a ministry such as this and not a T.V. ministry shame artists
The officers were conscious and grateful for rescue personnel who rendered aid under fire, Riley said.
The law-enforcement victims — three police officers and sheriff's deputy, all men — were surrounded by their families at the hospital, he said.
"There's one word: heroes," Riley said. "They laid their lives on the line today."
"The officers are obviously in some pain, but thankfully they're alive and talking to us," Riley said. "They're heroes. They're absolutely heroes."
WATCH: Lt. Catherine Buckley updates media at 4 p.m.
Buckley said the first call about the shooting came at 11:38 a.m. and came from the Planned Parenthood clinic's address. The branch is located at 3480 Centennial Blvd., just north of West Fillmore Street.
Investigators have not determined a motive for the attack nor have they confirmed the attacker's identity. Buckley said the shooting began at Planned Parenthood and was not connected to another incident.
"To even speculate on a motive would not be reasonable" at this point, Buckley said.
She said initial reports described the shooter's weapon as "a long gun," such as a rifle. Buckley said the suspect also carried "items" into the clinic, though authorities don't yet know whether they are explosive devices. Police saw a propane tank at the clinic, but officers do not know whether the suspect brought that to the clinic.
"We do not know about this person's mentality or ideology," Buckley said.
Officers initially had no contact with the suspect inside the clinic. Buckley said the gunman did not make any demands or at first make any statements to officers. Later in the afternoon, Buckley said officers were able to get close enough to the suspect to shout at him.
"At that point, they were able to get him to surrender," she said.
In the meantime, officer worked to rescue people trapped inside the clinic, using an armored SWAT truck called a BearCat. In one run with the vehicle, first responders unloaded an apparently injured person onto a gurney. In two more runs, people wrapped in blankets and others wearing hospital scrubs walked out of the truck.
Some of the rescued exited the BearCat wearing only T-shirts in weather that had dipped into the low 20s with snow. A line of more than a dozen additional ambulances waited at the scene to take them to the hospital.
PHOTOS: Scene at the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood
As afternoon turned to nightfall, the tension at the scene persisted.
Shortly after noon, Colorado Springs police Commander Kirk Wilson told media at the scene that police were having trouble getting officers to the shooting area.
"We haven't been able to get in the scene yet," he said.
At a news conference at about 1:30 p.m., Buckley said police could not confirm where the shooter was located and or whether he was alone.
At 2:15 p.m., the police department reported on Twitter that officers were "encountering gunfire" from the suspect inside the Planned Parenthood building. At a 4 p.m. news conference, Buckley said officers were still exchanging gunshots with the suspect.
WATCH: Man says sister was inside Planned Parenthood clinic
Outside the clinic, family members of those trapped inside and those caught up in the incident waited anxiously.
Joan Motolinia said his sister is in the clinic, and he talked to her by phone about 1:30 p.m. She was at the clinic for an appointment and was hiding under a table. She said she could talk only briefly.
"She was very afraid," he said.
While she was talking, he could hear gunfire in the background and after about two minutes, his sister hung up on him.
"She was telling me to take care of her babies," he said. "I heard some shots so people were in there shooting for sure."
Dr. Steven Topper, who works in a medical office building just east of the Planned Parenthood building, said his office manager barricaded herself in the office when she heard the gunshots.
Topper said the office manager told him that people who were injured in the incident, including a woman who was shot in the arm, ran into his office building to safety.
"There were people who were shot who came in the building for help," said Topper, who was not at the office at the time of the shooting.
Topper said SWAT officers rounded everyone up in the building and kept them in one office, guarding them for their protection.
Colorado Springs police shut down Centennial Boulevard between Garden of the Gods Road and Fillmore Street. Some businesses in the area are being evacuated. Patrons and workers at a nearby shopping center have been told to shelter in place.
"We were looking out the window and we had an officer wave us back inside," said Brigitte Wolfe, who works at Jun Japanese Restaurant next door. "They have everything blocked off."
Wolfe said there were roughly a dozen police vehicles at the scene. She said officers had guns drawn and are facing the Planned Parenthood branch.
An employee who answered the phone at a nearby King Soopers said a few dozen customers were locked inside under police orders, but she had not seen a shooter or any other violence across the parking lot from the Planned Parenthood building.
"Everybody here is safe," she said, declining to give her name. "That's all I know, but I'm in the back right now."
In addition to Colorado Springs police, deputies from the El Paso County sheriff's office and federal law enforcement agencies were on scene.
"We hold the Colorado Springs community in our thoughts and prayers," Hickenlooper said in a statement put out by his office. "The bravery and courage of local law enforcement officers have prevented a dire situation from being far worse, and we are all grateful."
As a result of the shooting, Denver police stationed officers outside the Denver Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains location at 7155 E. 38th Avenue.
"It's just precautionary. We haven't received a direct threat," said Raquel Lopez, Denver police spokeswoman.
This is a developing story that will be updated as more information becomes available.
Staff writers Elizabeth Hernandez. Kirk Mitchell and Joey Bunch contributed to this report.
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