Chase shootout filmed in the first person

Chase shootout filmed in the first person

Police in Las Vegas released a video from the body camera of a COP who took a regular car chase, turned into a pursuit with shooting. The full video is available on YouTube.

11 Jul 43-year-old guardsman William Umana during a patrol of the streets noticed a black Ford Expedition matching the description of the car suspected of the murder. The car didn’t stop on demand, and police began pursuit. Were in the SUV, 22-year-old Fidel Miranda-and 30-year-old Rene Nunez tried to escape went into the oncoming lane and shot back.

During the chase, the guard was repeatedly broadcast colleagues about the shots. As was calculated, the attackers in total shot 34 times. Due to the damage of the second police car joined the pursuit, was unable to continue.

In the end, Umana became friendly with Ford suspects and fired in his direction the whole clip. He shot including through the windshield. When the SUV stopped, Nunez tried to hide in a nearby school building, but it was locked. Miranda also moved behind the wheel and tried to leave but got shot by another COP, with the result that he died. Only law enforcement officers during a chase was shot 31 times.

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Nunez also was wounded when he was shot, not specified. At the same time, it is reported that the Ford Expedition was stolen, stolen was one of the guns, which were shot men.