Facing a split-second, life-and-death situation, Deputy Frank Huber took cover
and instead of firing his own gun, began negotiating with the gunman.
I remember we took cover
behind a tank which was out of action.
It was going at full speed toward the building, we knew it was a suicide bomber, so we took cover
As I took cover
well out of range, I was not surprised to see water seeping from several of the abused cavities' o-rings.
I took cover
in a foxhole, but then had to flee with the government soldiers through the bush under very heavy incoming fire," Watson remembers.
When the Dosters opened fire, the robbers took cover
behind the store's meat case and shot back at the couple, to no avail.
Franchetti's March 30 account in The Times (UK) continues: "About 100 marines jumped out of their vehicles and took cover
in ditches, pointing their sights at a mud-caked house.
While many of us might have been tempted to pick it up and give it a good shake, ex-Royal Engineer Ray Hudd took cover
and called the police.
Interestingly, the letter informing us of the BSA decision took cover
behind "the national religious organizations with the three largest scout memberships: United Methodist, Latter Day Saints, and Roman Catholic.
The two men took cover
after hearing a shot, police said.
A number of shots were heard from the building and the eight-strong patrol took cover
before the man, carrying a handgun, emerged from round the corner of the building.
The surprised suspects opened fire on the incoming cops, who took cover
in time; however a retaliatory fire hit them both", he added.