Cops Ambush Wrong Suspect, Crash Into Woman’s Car with Babies Inside

Cops ambush wrong suspect, crash into woman's car with babies inside

Law&Crime Network published this video item, entitled “Cops Ambush Wrong Suspect, Crash Into Woman’s Car with Babies Inside” – below is their description.

Driver Jamee Kimble records the moments after Fairfax, Virginia officers crashed into her vehicle, claiming it was involved in a high-speed chase. Kimble says she was giving birth at the time of the chase and was not involved. Her six-day-old infant was in the car at the time of the crash.


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Credit: Jamee Kimble

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