DUVALL, Wash. - Frigid temperatures this week didn't keep SWAT teams in Washington state from doing their job, as the Duvall Police Department's SWAT team braved the cold to face off with some suspicious characters in a local park.
Officers in full gear arrived for the epic showdown; the weapon of choice by both sides -- fluffy snow!
Local kids in Duvall took their best shots and easily outnumbered the team.
In the end, one officer took a tactical hit, allowing SWAT to retreat to safety.
The snowball fight came as the region dealt with record breaking cold temperatures. Forecasters said Monday was the coldest day for the nearby city of Seattle in five years.
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