Medics kept asking to go in and rescue the wounded during the Parkland school shooting. They kept being told no
Inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, shooting victims lay dying. Outside, a deputy fire chief repeatedly asked a sheriff’s commander for permission to send his medics into school rooms that had already been searched and found to be safe, but was rebuffed. Could more lives have been saved?
Instead of rushing in, several Broward sheriff’s deputies waited outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School while a killer gunned down schoolchildren, according to other officers on the scene.