Most of them were killed in four main areas: the rubble barricade across Rossville Street, the courtyard car park of Rossville Flats, the courtyard car park of Glenfada Park, and the forecourt of Rossville Flats. All of the soldiers did not hesitate to shoot. They had shot at, and hit, gunmen or bomb-throwers. The Saville Report concluded that all of those shot were unarmed and that none were posing a serious threat. It also concluded that none of the soldiers fired in response to attacks, or threatened attacks, by gunmen or bomb-throwers.