Transcript for New details arise after FBI raid in Florida leaves 2 agents dead, 3 injured
Thank you, ginger. We turn to the other big story. The urgent investigation after those two FBI agents were killed when a suspect opened fire while they were trying to execute a search warrant. Victor Oquendo is in sunrise, Florida, with the new details this morning, good morning, Victor. Good morning, robin. Executing a warrant may sound routine. It is one of the most dangerous parts. They were here working well into the night trying to determine how two of their own died in the line of duty. This morning the FBI is conducting an internal investigation following one of the deadliest days in the agency's history. Do the fire towards the front porch. Reporter: Special agents Daniel alfin and Lauren schwartzenberger killed in the line of duty Tuesday morning while executing a search warrant in sunrise, Florida. Authorities say a group of agents knocked on the door of a suspect as part of a child pornography investigation and when there was no answer reached E door. Immediately coming under rifle fire. Three other agents were also injured at the scene. S.W.A.T. Teams rushing in and an armored vehicle crashing through the Gates. We're inside the development and we're working our way up. Reporter: This man says he was woken by the sound of At least 20 rounds continuous, bam, bam, bam. Reporter: Schwartzenberger had been with the FBI 16 years often teaching classes in cybersafety to children. Alfin had been with the bureau 12 years and leaves behind a wife and child. They were valuable members of the FBI and will forever be heroes. Reporter: One of the agents honored with a solemn procession. Officials saluting the flag draped gurney. Officials have not released the suspect's identity but died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Still a lot of questions. Thank you so much.
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