Transcript for High-speed chase ends in deadly shootout
including that police chase and shootout in Florida. Victor Oquendo is on the scene with the very latest. Good morning, Victor. Reporter: Good morning, robin. The FBI has taken over. Investigators working through the night. You can see the U.P.S. Riddled with bullets across the street. The end of this chase absolutely terrifying with innocent bystanders caught in the cross fire. At least four people are dead this morning after a dramatic high-speed chase involving a stolen U.P.S. Truck and it ending in a hail of gunfire at this intersection. A bystander capturing this dramatic mobility as dozens of officers swarmed. Many people just idling in their cars as police from at least four different agencies fire round after round into the U.P.S. Truck. The incident leaving four dead including the two gunmen, the U.P.S. Driver who was being held hostage and the driver of a car trapped in the fire zone. The buzz saw of gunfire ripping in all directions. Listen to this video captured by two witnesses trapped in the cross fire. As bullets whipped past them, one even hitting their car despite being dozens of yards away and in the opposite direction of the suspects. The level of force raising questions this morning about why so many rounds were fired in an intersection so crowded with innocent bystanders. The people give up and are held accountable for their crimes then we wouldn't these many people in danger. Reporter: The more than 20-mile long trail of violence beginning at this jewelry store where they exchanged gunfire with the store's owner injuring one inside. A silent alarm activated. The suspects fleeing carjacking this delivery truck and taking the driver with them. The suspects did fire on law enforcement. Reporter: Through two south Florida counties ensued, and it ended after the truck was trapped in traffic. Officers making their move bringing it to an end. A lot of questions. We're still waiting to learn more about the victims. In a statement U.P.S. Offered their condolences and called it a senseless act of violence. George. Boy, it sure was. We go to Washington now and
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