Houston, Texas – East Baton Rouge Deputy Nick Tullier’s fiance, Danielle Mcnicoll, posted an update on his condition.
For those unfamiliar with the details of the attack, on July 17th, six officers were ambushed by an anti-police terrorist at Hammond Aire Plaza, a shopping complex, just before 8:40 AM. The suspect scouted the area before police were called about a suspicious person carrying a rifle. Officers arrived on scene and within minutes were caught in a gun battle.
The suspect fired first, fatally wounding three officers. He shot one officer then wounded his partner who fell to the ground. A third officer came to the aid of the wounded officer and was shot multiple times during the attempt to help. All three died as a result of the gunshot wounds.
The suspect then turned and shot another officer then he moved to shoot two Sheriff’s Deputies who were investigating his car. Around 8:46 AM the SWAT Team responded and one officer took a shot from around 100 yards away, killing the suspect. The entire incident lasted under ten minutes.
Officer Montrell Jackson, 32 and Matthew Gerald, 41, both of the Baton Rouge Police Department, lost their life that day. Deputy Brad Garafola, 45, of the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s office, also died from his injuries.
One officer wounded in the battle was East Baton Rouge Deputy Nick Tullier, who suffered gunshot wounds to the head, abdomen, and shoulder during the attack. Deputy Nick Tullier received four months of intensive treatment at Our Lady of the Lake before his family flew him to Houston for medical and rehabilitation treatment.
Progress since then has been very slow, with ups and downs.
For the latest update, I think it’s best if you read it in Danielle’s words:
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