This is the dramatic moment gunmen believed to have murdered 14 and injured another 17 at a conference center in San Bernardino exchanged gunfire with police while driving down a residential street.
Terrifying cell phone footage taken by a passer-by captured the moment cops engaged in a shootout with the heavily armed Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, and his Saudi wife of two years, Tashfeen Malik, 27, inside a black SUV.
In a shocking video obtained by Fox News’ Kelly File, shots can be heard ringing out as a convoy of police cars tail the vehicle down a road not far from the mass shooting earlier on Wednesday.
At one point a bright flash can be seen coming from inside the vehicle, which pipe bombs were reportedly thrown from during the chase through suburbs of San Bernardino.
As the police close in on the vehicle, which is traveling surprisingly slowly, it is not clear whether the gunshots heard are being fired by cops or by the suspects.
‘They’re killing that guy,’ the man taking the video shouts as he ducks for cover.
Just moments later, after the recording ended, police stopped the SUV and killed the two suspected shooters in a gun battle that left an officer injured.
David Bowdich, assistant director of the FBI’s field office in Los Angeles, said the shootout occurred after police followed leads to an apartment in Redlands, California, and a vehicle was seen leaving the property.
Police stopped the SUV they were driving in, which led to the dramatic pursuit and shootout.
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