Surveillance videos have captured the shocking moment a man shot and killed a gunman in a shootout.
Ronald Morales, 43, approached a motorists car at a gas station — with a gun in his hand — in Elmwood Park, Illinois.
Morals seemed to have picked on the wrong person, because that man was armed also.
Both exchanged shots at each other in broad daylight before the aggressor, Morales, ran away and the driver sped off.
Morales, the man in the red sweatshirt, eventually died from his injuries.
Police the other man will not be charged for the killing because he was acting in self defense.
Police say on April 8, at 4:52pm, Morales made eye contact with a man who was pumping gas into his vehicle.
Morales exited the convenience store at the BP gas station on Grand Avenue in Elmwood Park.
He walked over to the car and pulled out his gun.
By then, the man who had been pumping gas was back in his vehicle.
Morales opened the passenger door of the car and then closed it before speaking to the man inside through the window.
The man felt he was in danger, according to police, and exited his vehicle armed with his own gun – and the two exchanged gunfire.
After about five seconds, Morales ran away, but not before he was hit with bullets, and the other man sped off.
Read more: Daily Mail
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