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On a Wednesday morning great to be with you here.
On FOX & Friends I'm in -- -- will twelve people lost their lives in the senseless attack on moviegoers in -- -- Colorado so if you're caught in a similar situation.
What can you do to increase your chances of survival Braden Webb is a retired navy seal the author of the red circle good morning -- when.
And we've got -- diagram of some of a movie theater and we'd like to -- to kind of described.
You know everything that happened in and where we ought to try to set -- So let's take a look great here so you know I think the biggest thing is it's really hard matches.
Your seat in this type of situation extremely -- like trying to pick a seat on a commercial airline flight.
-- the biggest thing for people.
Out there it's just to be aware like really a more aware there the surroundings and the situation.
And understand the difference between cover and concealment.
And the difference between that is you can concealment you can hide behind a chair written doesn't necessarily.
Ballistic protection is talking to stop the bullet so credit union you need to have to think -- the difference.
Cover would be a situation where you get behind maybe even a few seats.
Or a concrete barrier -- and that case that you just understand the difference what's been unstoppable at what's -- -- -- -- Break out but -- as the gunman comes in and we noticed here he comes up to the -- any notices people people doing what.
Well -- like a lot of people these days earlier walking on the street and -- people are just consumed in their Smartphone or.
-- it is not very aware of their surroundings.
And I mean this guy comes in he he apparently fired shots into the ceiling.
Through at some type of homemade smoke divides but you know there's the biggest thing that I -- outside and and not -- -- on how these people.
Colorado dying game you know let's learn from these lessons and rightly -- -- -- what everybody to be worried about going to movie theater that we buried -- -- stay and be aware of your surroundings and and that's your first step to -- the biggest affected.
In these active shooter situations which are.
Unfortunately happen more frequently.
Is you have to think self rescue.
The first responders that.
If you've ever Donald I don't want it fixed fifteen minutes since sometimes even hours for these specialty have to think self rescue and get yourself out of it's that you -- In -- somebody here who you still combat harking back in the parking places and you eat with your back against the -- just something and that that that you do.
Another -- you have though it is you say you need to have a self rescue mentality what does that mean that means.
You need to but oftentimes in these situations people get frozen and paralyzed and -- close -- -- -- think the situation is gonna go way or the somebody's gonna rescue them.
You it takes seconds to get out of that movie theaters so you have to think it is.
Pull yourself that situations I've I need to get out here and you -- right.
Suspect -- a 160 pounds -- didn't have it any formal training in what is the one thing can carry on we got twenty seconds yes so you know I talk about.
That's a good tactical flock try to highlands -- right.
This one in particular as as a sure fire cure that's ever or me.
On the -- will blind somebody in and broad daylight and you could see a difference between.
You know flashlight and ordinary folks look at like this spring and -- thank you so much for your time they -- cannot force more FOX & Friends on the way don't go anywhere.
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