These HERO cops saved lives, getting people out before Nashville Christmas Day bomb blast

The massive explosion on Christmas in Nashville was preceded by a mysterious and creepy warning echoing in the streets. Police officers who were in the area responding to calls of shots fired had the presence of mind to get people out of danger quickly, saving countless lives in the terror bombing.

Those officers have been identified by authorities and in news reports: Officer Brenna Hosey, a 4-year veteran; Officer James Luellen, with the department for 3 years; Officer Michael Sipos, a rookie with 16 months on the job; Officer Amanda Topping, with the department for 21 months; Officer James Wells, also with the department for 21 months; and Sergeant Timothy Miller, an 11-year veteran.

On Fox News, David Asman was in for Neil Cavuto and discussed the hero cops, and also pointed out that these are the kinds of protectors of the public that the left wants to “defund.”

Police say that what may be human remains have been found in the debris from the blast, but it is not yet clear if that is the case, nor whether the tissue found might belong to the bomber.

But we can hope.

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