After taking down an "active shooter" in the 2200 block of South Irving Street, Denver police dispatched the bomb squad to handle incendiary devices left behind by the suspect.
A bomb squad officer inspects evidence in the front yard of a home on South Irving Street following an active shooter situation. Two rifles are visible, one on the corner of the patio and one on the back of the yellow Maserati.
A rifle sits on the trunk of a yellow Maserati after an active shooter situation on S. Irving St.
A sniper rifle sits on the corner of a patio inside the crime scene
A bomb squad officer squats beside one of the propane tanks left behind after the shooting situation
A closeup of one of the propane tank devices.
Police vehicles block the road as the shooting situation is investigated.
Several emergency vehicles are parked along the closed part of S. Irving St.
AIRTRACKER7 saw a propane tank was still in the middle of S. Irving St. after the shooting incident. There were reports the shooter had the tank.
An ambulance sits in the closed part of S. Irving St.
Officers congregate by a bomb squad truck in the closed part of S. Irving St.
Photo of the scene from 7NEWS photographer Jim Weis.
This is the back of the home on South Irving Street where the shooting occurred.