At 7:57pm, the Tel Aviv District Police received the first call about an active shooter situation on the ultra-Orthodox Tel Aviv suburb's Jabotinsky Street and dispatched large forces to the area.
At 7:58pm, Team 417 of the Tel Aviv District Police's Motorcycle Unit — First Sergeant Amir Khouri and his partner — were walking the beat in the neighboring city of Ramat Gan when they received a call about the attack and headed out toward the scene.
At 8:01pm, Team 417 arrived at Bnei Brak's Jabotinsky 22 and reported they were hearing the sound of gunshots emanating from one of the side streets. They began moving in the direction of the shooting while receiving directions from the police district control center and from citizens on the street.
A voice on the police radio can be called shouting, "HaShnaim Street, HaShnaim Street," followed by "Khouri, Watch out!"
At 8:02 pm: The team spots the shooter on a nearby street as he opens fire at them, critically wounding Khouri. Khouri's partner gets off the motorcycle and shoots the attacker dead.
"Units, eliminated, eliminated. Units, scan the area," he can be heard saying on the radio. "Send an ambulance pronto, officer down, ambulance now. Herzl [Street] 65, get me an ambulance now. One suspect neutralized, officer down, get me an ambulance and additional teams. Terrorist eliminated, motorcycle cop down. Over."
First responders found Khouri lying prone on the ground in critical condition and tried to stabilize him. He was rushed to Rabin Medical Center nearby and succumbed to his injuries shortly after arriving there.
He was one of five victims killed in the attack, alongside four other civilians.