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"I'm mark. Austin Thomas, our top story at three thirty another tragedy related to the borderline bar massacre. A month ago has been revealed the Ventura County sheriff's sergeant who tried to stop the gunman died because of friendly fire from a CHP office office sergeant Ron he listened to CHP officer armed with semiautomatic rifles entered the borderline barn were ambushed by gunmen David long. He associate hit with five shots from long's pistol Ventura County medical examiner. Dr Christopher young said those wounds were survivable, but then he was hit by a sixth round on FBI analysis confirmed that this was a rifle round fired by CHP officer. This bullet struck sergeant he lives in the chest and struck his heart Ventura County sheriff Billy you've says it's still too early to tell let alone place any blame for how the tragedy occurred. Whether this was accidental amid miss citing or. A perhaps mistaken identity is something we're still investigating. The sheriff did emphasize the investigation to the tactical aspects of the shooting of the friendly fire incident will be continuing for some time to come in Thousand Oaks, Pete Demetrio, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. A man who designs police tactics tells KNX in-depth the tragedies like this one happened when officers literally have just seconds to react p Blair directs the advanced law enforcement rapid response training center at Texas State university. I understand that when you're in these dangerous situations, and that there is gunfire happening and people are maneuvering to try to get better shots on the offender or maneuvering because they're taking fire that people can be moving in front of you. And you have to be aware that there's a possibility if you move in a certain way, you may go into someone else's line of fire Blair says police tactics now call for officers to move immediately to stop an active shooter instead of waiting for backup. And that he says greatly increases the danger to cops homicide. Detectives are still working leads as a search for the man wanted for the murders of a woman enter teenage daughter earlier this week in Monrovia. He's considered armed and dangerous. If you see Thirty-three-year-old Nimrod, parades Guerrero. Don't approach him contact police sheriff's homicide. Lieutenant Garrick Alfred says the manhunt continues every lead is being looked at and many people have been questioned talked to numerous people know, his family, her family friends, some co workers just trying to get a gist of what resources he may have available to them where he may try to go. There were. Looking at numerous different angles. We have a lot of resources in play to try to bring him to Justice as soon as possible. Detectives believe the suspect could be driving a two thousand fourteen Toyota RAV four they don't believe he's left the state. Authorities are not saying how the woman entered daughter were killed Chris Seaton's KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Amazon agrees not to sell for."