Bodycam Video Shows Police Shootout During Traffic Stop In Florida

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The Orlando Police Department released bodycam footage showing a shootout between police and a suspect during a traffic stop. The suspect allegedly opened fire on the officers as soon as they exited their cruisers, prompting the officers to fire back. The suspect fled in his vehicle after being hit by gunfire and crashed while fleeing. Officers arrived at the scene of the crash before calling for medical assistance to treat the wounded suspect. Neither of the officers were injured during the shootout. The suspect succumbed to his wounds two weeks after the incident.

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