Chaos Erupts After Police Pull Over Minivan Filled With Kids

Dashcam video shows police opening fire on vehicle with five kids after the driver sped away twice.
3:49 | 11/18/13

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wild scene caught on the police dash cam. A routine traffic stop. Ended after a high-speed chase with bullets flying. The driver under arrest. Police under investion. Aditi roy has the details. Reporter: What starts out as a routine traffic stop on this new mexico highway -- you were doing 71 in a 55. Reporter: -- Is about to get explosive. Turn the vehicle off for me. Reporter: In this video, the driver, 39-year-old oriana ferrell disobeyed, speeding away. After a half-mile chase, he pulls her over again. Get out of the vehicle. Get out of the vehicle right now! Reporter: He reaches in and tries to full her out. You're already facing evading charges. You ran away from me. Reporter: She gets out. Turn around and face your vehicle. Ma'am, listen to me. Reporter: Then changes her mind. Her 14-year-old son gets out and scuffles with the officer before rushing into the car. Open the door! Oh the door! Reporter: Things escalate. The officer smashing the side rear window with his baton. Ferrell's five kids inside, creaming. Her drives away again -- another officer fires at the minivan. This morning, she's faces charges inkuding child abuse, feeing from authorities, and possession of drurg parapherna paraphernalia. Her son charged with abuse of an officer. According to her website, she's a mother, an empowerment coach. Schedule one-on-one time. It's simple. Reporter: Her lawyer tells abc news they have no comment. New mexico police say all three officers in the video are under invest fwags. For "good morning america," aditi roy, abc news, los angeles. Joined by dan abrams to try to make sense out of this one. It spun out of control so squik quickly. Absolutely. Let's separate out the wrong doing of both parties. The mother and the police. Let's start with the mother. The mother is in legal trouble now because twice she runs away there the authorities. Remember, the fact that she has five kids in the back, both applies to the police and applies to her. Which is what are you doing consistently running away from the police with five kids in the back of your minivan? She's now charged with five counts of abuse of a child, resisting arrest, fleeing the scene. You see the policeman bashing through the window. That's point two. What the police did cannot be justified by what the mother did. There's got to be p proportionality. There's no reason to bash many the window or certainly, b, start shooting at the car. The police may say, we were trying to shoot out the tires. The police bashing out the window, he knows there are kids in the car. Correct. I feel there will be some level of administrative action against the police officers. In this case, I think everyone will want this to go away. It will end up in a plea. The mother's attorney has to say to her, technically, you violated the law. You're going to be in trouble unless we come to an afreemt here. From the police perspective. They're putting pressure on the prosecutors or authorities to say, look, we want to thend thing. We don't want this to go to trial with this tape played if a courtroom. Thank you, dan. Wild footage. As always, we welcome our viewers to weigh in. Now to the growing murder mystery many minnesota. A prominent physician gunned

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