A church in Buffalo staged an active shooter drill during Sunday services

11.13.17 | Bob Price

Sergeant Cedric Holloway with the buffalo police department says the "events across the country reflect a need to prepare even houses of worship for an active shooter. It's good to familiarize the congregation with what to do."

The cop told the True Bethel Baptist congregation if a gunman enters your church, you should run, hide, or fight back-- in that order.

Holloway says it's important to have active shooter drills in public places, including churches and public schools.