BREAKING: Nashville police release body cam footage showing officers 'neutralizing' school shooter

The attack resulted in the deaths of six people, including three nine-year-old children.

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The Nashville Police have released bodycam footage of the school shooting that took place at Covenant Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee on Monday.

The attack resulted in the deaths of six individuals, including three nine-year-old children.

The footage showed the heroism of police officers who quickly responded to the situation and took down the shooter Audrey Hale.

Hale had gained entry by shooting through the glass panes of the front door, which was seen on surveillance footage that was released on Monday night by the Nashville police. Hale would go on to shoot and kill three students and three teachers.

Surveillance footage released last night shows Hale's car driving through the school's parking lot.

Hale can be seen walking through a hallway as the alarm goes off, gun drawn. 

"Hale fired a number of rounds inside the Covenant Church/School building. She was armed with these 3 guns and significant ammunition," Nashville PD said in a report.

Hale, a transgender shooter, identified as male using the name 'Aiden' and 'he/him' pronouns. Hale killed head teacher Katherine Koonce, church custodian Mike Hill, and substitute teacher Cynthia Peak in an "assassination" style shooting. 

Hale was a former student of Covenant Christian school and was found with multiple firearms. A search of the family home in Nashville uncovered maps and a manifesto detailing the attack, according to police at a Monday press conference.

This is a breaking news story and will be updated.

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