For Dallas First Responders, Attack Carries Echoes of July Ambush

Radios crackled and cell phones buzzed Monday as word spread among Dallas first responders that one of their own had been shot in an apparent ambush. Not again, many thought. Ten months after July 7, when a gunman's rampage killed five officers and wounded nine more at a protest, the trauma is still fresh. "I think everyone got a chill," said Sr. Cpl. Frederick Frazier, vice president of the Dallas Police Association. "I know I did."   Continue reading...

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