Transcript for Body-cam footage shows officer firing gun at suspect through windshield
tonight to the newly released body cam video of a deadly police shooting in California. Two officers firing more than 70 rounds, much of it right through their windshield as they chase a suspect through a neighborhood full of families. The deputy police chief is now calling their behavior, quote, deeply disturbing. And here's ABC's will Carr. Hey, stop the car, dude. Reporter: Tonight, newly released body camera video show two Anaheim officers responding to a call about a man on drugs with a gun and a knife. When the man drives off, the officer opens fire. Unloading his gun through the windshield while chasing 50-year-old eliuth Nava through a neighborhood packed with families. Says one point, he warns about shooting into the busy neighborhood. Hold on, hold on, we've got too much traffic here, buddy. Reporter: But then fires out the window anyways. The chase ends in an intense hail of gunfire. Get down. Get down. Reporter: Both officers fired 76 shots in all, ultimately killing Nava. Hold on. Reporter: -- Who authorities say was high on drugs and had an air piston. One officer has been fired. The other faces potential discipline the district attorney calls the shooting "Alarming and irresponsible" but says neither officer will be charged because they thought lives were in danger. David? Will, thank you.
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