Two Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School security officers have been fired due to their alleged inaction during the shooting at the Parkland, Fla. school.

Broward County School Board superintendent Robert Runcie removed school security officers David Taylor and Andrew Medina from a school-district reassignment list after the Board voted to fire them, reported the National Review.

Medina, who was not licensed to carry a firearm on school property, admitted in interviews with law enforcement that he saw 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz entering the school but did not confront him or initiate the school’s lockdown protocol. Instead, he radioed a fellow security officer, who hid in a school closet for the entirety of the shooting, the report said.