字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Elsewhere around the world, panic ensued in Dallas, Texas, where eleven police officers were shot during a protest against the recent police shootings of two African Americans in the last three days The police are closing in on the snipers, but many of the details are still unknown Oh Soo-Young reports. Five policemen have been shot dead, and six other officers wounded during a mass rally in Dallas, Texas over the fatal police shootings of two African American men this week Around 9 p.m. local time, a group of snipers opened fire from elevated positions, hitting 11 officers "I was walking and the snipers just started shooting, man. Like, all of the cops were getting shot, man. I just saw cops bending over, man. There had to be like five or six cops. They were all getting shot down, man" According to Dallas Police Chief David Brown, it's unclear how many gunmen there were but three suspects are currently in custody, and the fourth was cornered by officers at a downtown garage. One suspect was arrested after a shootout with authorities, and a suspicious package discovered nearby was secured and inspected by a bomb squad, according to the police. Another suspect turned himself in after his picture was posted on Twitter by the police, calling the man a "person of interest" He was later released after questioning. The police also said, an individual spotted with a camouflage bag had thrown it into a vehicle before driving off at high speed Both occupants of the car were detained The incident comes amid mounting public outrage over Wednesday's shooting of Philando Castile the second black American to be shot and killed by police this week. Castile's fiancee, who was with him in the car at the time, said he'd been shot four or five times "for no reason," as he moved to take out his license and registration She streamed his final moments on Facebook as he slumped, bleeding, against the driver's seat. As the video circulated, thousands took to the streets in protest across the country, in Washington, D.C., New York, Philadelphia and Minnesota. According to data from the Washington Post more than 500 people have been shot to death by police this year Castile is believed to be the 123rd African American among them to have met this fate Oh Soo-Young, Arirang News.