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This video starts off showing what appears to be an average day at the office moments later are everything changes.
You need to be prepared for the worst.
It becomes a video -- a simulated active shooter situation.
-- nearly six minute video was produced by this city of Houston with 200000.
Dollars in federal grant money.
The video stresses this -- -- run and hide.
Fight if you can get out -- out otherwise find a place to hide and as a last resort fight.
I think this is a kind of video that we need to prepare our citizens across the nation.
To respond to an act of -- of it.
The -- law enforcement rapid response training center or alert at Texas State University -- officers prepare for active shooter situation.
And we came up with that kind of a DD.
And we stands for avoid -- defend very similar to what the city he's just put out.
Through their research of active shooter events they know that taking action and having a plan in place.
Can be the difference between life and death.
I think the biggest thing we see that people do that's the wrong thing is that -- freeze in place and so they don't have a plan.
They haven't ever thought about what I would do in a situation like that we need to have something in our mind and middle map that we can go to you because under stress we're -- -- thinking clearly.
We know spoke with people around Austin about the video it's surprising -- definitely -- I guess if it -- Simon.
-- -- -- In today's -- I have thought about it and I would probably implement all three of those components.
Three words and -- Clinton that could be that he just survival run.
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