Video collected from body, dashboard cameras in Dallas shooting

An FBI evidence response team works the crime scene, Sunday, July 10, 2016, where five Dallas police officers were killed Thursday, in Dallas. A peaceful protest over the recent videotaped shootings of black men by police turned violent Thursday night as gunman Micah Johnson shot at officers, killing five and injuring seven, as well as two civilians. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

DALLAS (AP) — The Dallas police chief says authorities are downloading more than 170 hours of officers’ body camera footage and collecting “countless hours” of dashcam video as well.

Chief David Brown said at a news conference Monday that Brown said 11 officers fired weapons at Micah Johnson and that two used an explosive device.

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Johnson shot at killed five officers and wounded 11 officers and two civilians during a protest Thursday in downtown Dallas. He was killed by a bomb delivered by remote-controlled robot after negotiations with authorities.

Brown described the robot, which he said was purchased in 2008 for $151,000, and is still functional.

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