Newly released footage captured by Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School security cameras show a Broward sheriff’s deputy go toward a building at the time a gunman was shooting inside, but the officer stayed outside with his handgun drawn.
The video, released Thursday by the Broward Sheriff’s office, sheds more light on the actions of former deputy Scot Peterson, during the Feb. 14 rampage in Parkland, Fla., that left 17 students and school staff dead, and another 17 people injured.
The video starts about a minute after the suspect, Nikolas Cruz, began firing his semi-automatic rifle, according to the timeline released by the Sheriff’s office.
No audio is on the video and the faces of students and other school staff members are blurred.
The complete released video is below: