1. Armed members of Kenya Recce Squad, a special General Service commando unit, moving towards hotel compound, black smoke billowing from burning cars, people running away from scene told to lie down on floor, hands in the air, as squad members continue moving towards hotel building
2. Burning cars
3. Officers running towards building, weapons drawn
4. Squad members walking up stairs
5. Various of armed troops and squad members at scene
6. Various of armed troops and squad members seeking shelter
7. Injured person being looked after
8. Injured person being carried away on stretcher
9. Various of armed members of Kenya Recce Squad entering hotel building, moving room to room to secure them, letting survivors walk out after identifying them
10. Survivors being led out of building via ladders
Associated Press video from inside a Nairobi hotel during an extremist attack shows Kenyan security officers anxiously searching the building and scared workers emerging from hiding places while gunfire is heard.
Some women climb out of windows. One man rises from the floor where he appeared to be trying to hide under a piece of wood paneling, then shows his ID badge.
"We do ourselves a favor, we clear what we can see," one officer says as they approach what appears to be a shattered entrance.
The footage shows officers searching luxury fashion displays and other areas while wounded people are hurried away on stretchers.
Extremists launched a deadly attack on a luxury hotel in Kenya's capital on Tuesday, sending people fleeing in panic as explosions and heavy gunfire reverberated through the complex.
Al-Shabab - the Somalia-based extremist group that carried out the 2013 Westgate Mall attack in Nairobi that left 67 people dead - claimed responsibility.
The violence left blood and glass all over.
Several vehicles burned, sending black smoke rising over the complex.
People were rushed, some carried, from the scene.
Some ducked behind cars, screaming, while others took cover behind fountains and other features at the lush complex.
As night fell, gunfire continued more than two hours after the first shots were heard at the complex, which includes the DusitD2 hotel, along with bars, restaurants, banks and offices. It was not clear how many attackers took part.