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Terrifying video shows man firing 33 rounds before cops kill him
First Published May 06 2013 09:18 am • Last Updated May 06 2013 09:18 am

Police in Ohio have released dash cam footage of a shoot-out in March that left one man dead and two officers injured.

Terrifying video shows man firing 33 rounds before cops kill him

Officers Brandon Savage and Erin Thomas have been cleared of any wrongdoing in the Ohio shooting on March 10 that left 42-year-old James Gilkerson dead.The two Middlefield police officers pulled over Gilkerson for failing to stop. Less than a minute after pulling over, Gilkerson got out of his car, pointed an AK-47-style rifle at the police and began shooting. Both officers were injured in the shoot-out, but returned fire. Gilkerson was pronounced dead on the scene.The shooting begins at about ...

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