Iraqi Security Forces Retake Town South of Baghdad From ISIS (Video)

Video shows thousands of shell casings where the ISIS positions were before they were taken over by these Iraqi forces.
They talk to some of the Iraqis who say 'terrorism was defeated'
It is a ghost town now

Just south of Baghdad, Iraqi forces are on patrol in a virtual ghost town. They reclaimed the town after days of fierce fighting, in an operation that is part of a larger effort by Iraqi security forces to prevent Islamic State militants from reaching Baghdad
Iraqi soldier: "Fierce fighting took place, but in the end terrorism was defeated and we captured the bridge. It was very tough. The Iraqi forces have been fighting for control several months. Now our forces are deployed over the bridge, on its left and right sides and the situation is very good, God willing."
Security officials say ISIS militants fled to nearby villages and are still launching attacks.