Authorities were involved in a shootout in San Bernardino that left a “suspect down” and a SUV riddled with bullet holes Wednesday.
Aerial video from Sky5 showed the damaged SUV stopped in the 1700 block of East San Bernardino Avenue with several of its windows shot out and the doors open.
“There were shots fired, officers were involved and there is a suspect down,” a spokesperson for the San Bernardino Police Department said during a news conference immediately following the incident.
Video showed one person down in the street near the vehicle with unknown injuries.
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