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Fifth officer dies after sniper attack in #Dallas, police say

Fifth officer dies after sniper attack in Dallas, police say

UPDATE: Death toll in Dallas Police Shooting rises to 5.

Multiple police officers shot, at least 5 killed in an apparent sniper attack in Dallas, Texas.
11 police officers shot.
At least 5 officers killed.
7 officers injured.
Several people in custody.
Ongoing police operation with one suspected gunman.
Multiple police officers were shot and at least five were killed by "snipers" amid a protest and rally in Dallas, Texas, on Thursday night, the Dallas Police Department said.

Dallas Police officials said at least 11 officers were shot. At least three of the deceased officers were from the Dallas Police Department. One deceased officer was from the Dallas Area Rapid Transit agency.

At least seven other officers were injured.

An "ambush-style" shooting
A message from Dallas Police Chief David O. Brown said the officers were shot by two snipers in "elevated positions" near the protest. He said they were shot "ambush style."

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