Transcript for Angry protests emerge from police shooting in Connecticut
Next to the outrage in new Haven, Connecticut, after two police officers looking for a robbery suspect jumped from their vehicle, firing on a car with a couple inside. Woundsing the female passenger. Tonight, protesters are taking to the streets. Here is ABC's Lindsey Davis. Reporter: Surveillance video has the community near Yale university up in arms. Win seconds of driving up to the red car, two flimps fire multiple times. Inside the car, shot at least once, 22-year-old Stephanie Washington and in the driver's seat, her boyfriend, 22-year-old Paul Witherspoon. I thought I was dead. He pointed it right at me. Reporter: Police say a Camden and Yale plimpb reported a robbery, and this Honda allegedly fit the description and the driver made an abrupt movement and authorities say they did not find a weapon inside. Now, outrage. Protestors including hundreds of Yale students are coming for the two officer who fired their guns to step down. They are also demanding the body cam and dash cam video be released. The female inside the car is now out of surgery and in stable condition. One of the officers was also injured in the incident. Both are an administrative leave as the state's attorney reviews the case. Tom. Thank you. The mother of a fifth grader
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