NH police, fire, and public officials respond to Dallas shootings
DALLAS - The United States - and the world - are still reacting to police killings in Dallas. New Hampshire, too.
It began during a protest about the recent killings by police of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota.
Five officers were killed and seven others were wounded. Two civilians were also wounded.
Law enforcement and other officials took to Twitter to react to the shootings.
Statement from Governor Hassan on Shooting of Police Officers in Dallas https://t.co/KNWsEmhcGX— Gov. Maggie Hassan (@GovernorHassan) July 8, 2016
Thoughts and prayers to Dallas officers/families. We grieve with you. Chief Lavoie.— Nashua Police (@NashuaPolice) July 8, 2016
Thoughts and prayers for our brothers and sisters @DallasPD and the City of Dallas— Hollis Police (@HollisPolice) July 8, 2016
Our thoughts and prayer go out to the families and friends of the slain officers and all of the Dallas PD #LODD— @NashuaFire (@nashuafire) July 8, 2016
Our thoughts and prayers are with the two police officers shot in Dallas,TX this evening.— Plaistow Police (@PlaistowPolice) July 8, 2016
Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and our brothers and sisters at the Dallas, Texas Police... https://t.co/GjqWBnOgtW— Hudson Police (@HudsonPolice) July 8, 2016
There are no words to describe the horror, the anger or the sorrow of what occurred in Dallas. The PPD's blue... https://t.co/Fsf8cCLqTE— Portsmouth NH Police (@portsmouthnhpd) July 8, 2016
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the officers and families of the @DallasPD police officers injured and killed in last nights incident.— Keene Fire Dept. (@KeeneFire) July 8, 2016
We stand with our Dallas Police brothers and sisters during this tragic and senseless incident #weareonePD— LondonderryNHPD (@LondonderryNHPD) July 8, 2016
Our thoughts & prayers are with the members of the Dallas Police Department. pic.twitter.com/uy8JDopMfl— SalemPD (@SalemNHPolice) July 8, 2016
The officers, families of the officers and @DallasPD are in our thoughts and prayers.— Manchester Fire Dept (@ManchesterFD) July 8, 2016