Paris, france terror attack: BBC reporter panicked by loud noise

Paris, france terror attack: BBC reporter panicked by loud noise
Paris, france terror attack: BBC reporter panicked by loud noise

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Reporter was describing ‘tension’ within French capital when loud fucks were heard Police shouted at the particular journalist and her cameraman recommending these to run for cover Followed assault on Champs Elysees killing one particular policeman and injured two more

By

Rory Tingle For live24news


Published:
23: 22 BST, 20 April 2017

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Updated:
23: 33 BST, 20 April 2017

This is the instant a BBC report was disrupted by loud noises that law enforcement mistook for gunfire.  

The media reporter was describing the ‘tension’ within the French capital following a good attack that left one cop dead and two seriously hurt.

Then a sound like gunshots could be heard, which directed to police shouting at the particular journalist and her cameraman in order to run for cover.  

At the particular start of the video, the particular reporter says: ‘People in main Paris were too scared in order to leave their homes, the pressure is palpable. ‘

After the noisy bangs, she says:  ‘A unexpected noise where i was was incorrect for gunfire together police yelling us off the street.

‘Metro stations and central Paris possess been shut down for today, as armed police spread throughout the streets from the capital. ‘

French police said that the assault was probably a ‘terrorist act’ and the world famous Champs Elysees was on lockdown simply by 9pm.

Heavily armed officers got flooded the area and the particular killer was shot dead right after being previously flagged as a good ‘extremist’.

Police are searching the particular home of the shooter within east Paris and the opponent had mentioned earlier on on social mass media that he ‘wanted to destroy police’, according to BFM TELEVISION.

The fatal incident unfolded because presidential candidates, including Front

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