By Ashley Silver


DALLAS — New bodycam footage reveals the moments main as much as and after two Dallas Methodist Hospital nurses have been murdered by a suspect in a maternity hospital ward in October.

The footage, shared by WFAA Information, reveals the suspect, Nestor Hernandez, step into the maternity ward hospital room along with his girlfriend simply earlier than assaulting her with a handgun after he grew to become enraged throughout an argument, in accordance with police.

A nurse on the hospital, Jacqueline Pokuaa, then entered to examine on Hernandez’s girlfriend. The video doesn’t present what occurred to Pokuaa after she entered the room, however from Sgt. Robert Rangel’s bodycam, you’ll be able to hear the gunshot.

Viewers can hear a second shot by Rangel’s bodycam video, which police say was fired towards Rangel as he approached the hospital room to analyze what was occurring, WFAA Information reported.

Shortly after, viewers can hear a 3rd shot as Hernandez wounded one other responding nurse, Annette Flowers, who then ran to get support whereas Rangel referred to as for backup on his radio.

As Hernandez reloaded his weapon and tried to go away the room, Rangel fired one shot, hitting the suspect within the leg inflicting a brief standoff to ensue.

“Companion, we are able to work this out, man,” one responding officer could possibly be heard saying on the video. “Belief me.”

Hernandez responded: “Ain’t no working s— out, bro.”

Officers have been ultimately capable of enter the room and take Hernandez into custody. After a brief hospital go to, Hernandez was taken to the Dallas County Jail, the place he stays. On the time of the taking pictures, Hernandez was out of jail on parole after getting an eight-year sentence in 2015 for aggravated theft.

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