past years and developed more immunity. To that dramatic police chase that ended in a hail of bullets, all caught on tape and raising questions about the use of force in neighborhoods, where families... See More
past years and developed more immunity. To that dramatic police chase that ended in a hail of bullets, all caught on tape and raising questions about the use of force in neighborhoods, where families live. Abc's ati roy shows us what happened. Reporter:8:30 thursday morning. The driver of this saturn takes off after san diego police say they tried to pull him over for talking on his cell phone while driving. The 40-year-old driver races down residential streets at more than 40 miles per hour. Speeding car is linked to a shooting earlier this week. I got spikes. Reporter: Close to 9:30 a.M., police get the spike strips ready. But the car, with tires already flattened, doesn't make it that far. Authorities say the driver raised a gun towards officer, four of them who unleashed a hail of bullets. The suspect, critically injured but alive. Stunned neighbors watched and questioned. Get out of the car? It looked like they unloaded on them. Reporter: You have concerns watching this video. I do. Reporter: A retired lapd officer, watching the video, he's worried that the shots were too close to bystanders and other officers. Those are major issues. Reporter: San diego police say they are investigating whether excessive force was involved. The scene, now clear. But the questions, still remain. And tonight, we've learned that history is repeating itself
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