D.C. Ordered to Pay in Police Chase
December 14, 2006
A jury has ordered the D.C. government to pay nearly $1 million to a woman who was maimed when her car was struck during a high-speed police chase.
Valentina Chambers was headed home from work Feb. 2, 2003, when she crossed paths with the fleeing car and the pursuing police cruiser near 17th and A streets NE. The suspect's vehicle -- being followed because it had expired tags -- hit her car.
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