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Zehaf-Bibeau continued down the hall toward the wooden doors of the Library of Parliament, where he lodged himself behind a stone pillar beside an alcove to the right of the library's entrance. Vickers' office is around the corner, a few metres away.
Hearing gunshots, Vickers grabbed his side arm, an automatic pistol, and immediately ran out. His security team, who had been cha sing Bibeau, yelled to Vickers that the suspect was hiding in the alcove.
Vickers immediately ran behind the other side of the pillar. That put him an arm's-length away from Bibeau.
According to guards, Vickers actually could see the barrel of Bibeau's gun pointing out, a foot away.
Vickers did not hesitate.
In one motion, sources told CBC News he dove to the floor around the pillar, at the feet of Bibeau, turning on his back as he landed and simultaneously firing his weapon upwards at Bibeau.
Bibeau was hit multiple times and fell to the ground. Vickers kept firing, emptying his entire clip.
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To see a newscast about the event. Not only did Canada's sargent of arms take him down Hollywood style, their national broadcaster gave a wicked speech later on in the evening.
Makes you really wonder when u see an event unfold with big brother America, 10 times the size but if it happened there cops would have unloaded 500 rounds, killed a few pedestrians, blamed it on the victim, then the newscasters would spend the next two weeks arguing about gun control and somehow blame everything on Obama.
Well, anyway... Well done Canada. Although it's a very sad story it was handled with unbelievable professionalism.