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Hale, a 28-year-old from the Nashville area, was a former student of the school. Authorities initially identified Hale as a woman but later clarified that Hale used he/him pronouns.
Surveillance footage shows Hale driving to the school in a Honda Fit. Dressed in camouflage-style pants, a white T-shirt, a red cap and a black vest, Hale shoots out the glass of a side door and crawls through the opening to access the building. The shooter was armed with two AR-style guns — a rifle and a pistol — as well as a handgun, investigators said.
Local police arrived at the school within minutes of the first 911 call.
ody camera footage released Tuesday shows officer Rex Engelbert arriving at the school, grabbing his weapon from the back of his vehicle and encountering a woman who appears to be a staff member.
She tells him, "The kids are all locked down, but we have two kids that we don't know where they are." She also describes the layout of the school and says children are upstairs.
Engelbert and at least two other officers begin searching the school's first floor as an alarm blares. They check several rooms, including what appear to be classrooms. Some doors are locked, and the rooms are dark.
Muffled gunshots can be heard in the background, and Engelbert and the other officers rush upstairs to the second floor.
The gunshots grow louder, and Engelbert enters an atrium and encounters the shooter standing near a window. Engelbert fires four times, and the shooter falls to the ground.
Body camera footage from a second officer, Michael Collazo, shows him entering the school on the first floor with a group of other officers.
Collazo and the other officers reach the second floor, where one says, "We've got one down," as loud gunshots are heard.
He is just a few steps behind Engelbert as the group enters the atrium.
After Engelbert shoots Hale, officers rush the suspect, and Collazo fires four more times.
Engelbert is a four-year veteran of the force, and Collazo is a nine-year veteran. The officers shot and killed Hale at 10:27 a.m. — 14 minutes after the first emergency call.
Authorities said Hale had also been shooting at responding officers through a second-story window.
Drake, the police chief, said the two officers were trying to "decompress" and "make sense of all of this" following the shooting. Drake said he had also spoken with Biden, who told him he intended to reach out to the officers too.
On Monday afternoon, police identified the three students and three staff members who were killed.
A police spokesperson said Tuesday that investigators had no evidence that any of the victims were specifically targeted.
Police say they don't yet have a motive for the shooting.
Investigators were reviewing writings by Hale, who had attended the Covenant School, and had interviewed the suspect's parents.
Drake said during a Tuesday press briefing that the shooter had legally purchased seven firearms from five local gun dealers. Three of those weapons were used in Monday's attack.
According to Drake, Hale's parents thought their child shouldn't own any weapons and believed Hale had sold the only gun that Hale owned.
They also told police that Hale was under a doctor's care for an emotional disorder.
The shooter apparently also had detailed maps drawn of the school that identified entry points.