Now, to the high-speed car chase through the streets of l.A. The bank robbers throwing watts of cash out of the suv, at speeds of hundreds of miles an hour. Nick watt has all the incredible details.... See More
Now, to the high-speed car chase through the streets of l.A. The bank robbers throwing watts of cash out of the suv, at speeds of hundreds of miles an hour. Nick watt has all the incredible details. Reporter: Right there, that's the getaway car. Four guys allegedly held up a bank in santa clarita. Driving a stolen car. And the cops were on their tails. A chase that at times topped 100 miles per hour. Then, bundled of greenbacks tossed from the back of that black suv. That's cash thrown from a moving vehicle. Look at that. People running out in the street, picking up this money. Reporter: "The french connection" meets "it's a mad, mad, mad, mad world." At times, the robbers tossed their ill-gotten gains on the street, snapped up by cheering, waving, gathering crowds. They robbed a bank in west santa clarita. And they throw money out in the ghetto. Reporter: This is the third high-speed chase in l.A. Alone. Monday, a suspected drug dealer got away on foot. Tuesday, a suspected murderer, cornered, opened up on the cops with an ak-47. What exactly was going on here, we still don't know. Some sort of robin hood gesture? Getting rid of evidence? Creating havoc for tailing police? We don't know. But the crowds, well, they were cheering for those speeding bandits. It's not every day that someone drives through town here and throws out fist fulls of 20s, 10s AND 1s INTO THE STREET. Reporter: Game over. A truck got in the way. The sheriffs got their men. Next problem, keeping that crowd away from that getaway car. There was more money inside. What a wild pursuit. Reporter: For "good morning america," nick watt, abc news,
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