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California Deputies Shoot Wrong-Way Driver from Helicopter, Ending Vehicle Pursuit


Deputies inside a sheriff's helicopter realized the suspect was a threat to the public's safety and began firing shots at his car. He then bailed out of the moving vehicle, which then crashed head-on into a blue Dodge Durango. More Here.

September 21, 2015
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KevCopAz @ 10/3/2015 9:29 PM

We in Az are having a problem with these "wrong way drivers", perhaps we could learn something from CA (unusual), if the wont stop when ordered to do so, kill them before they kill an innocent person.

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