Allegheny County Sheriff Kevin Kraus said he could not count the number of gunfire “volleys” between the suspect and the officers.
“I mean, he had a lot of ammunition in that house, and certainly … all of us were strapped, you know, with ammunition, and we were calling for additional ammunition,” Kraus said. “Like I said, we tried to give him every opportunity to come out.”
It’s unclear how many bullets were fired as numerous local and federal agencies responded to the scene.
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