DEVELOPING: Officers Fire 65 Shots at Suspect During San Francisco Standoff, but No One was Hit

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San Francisco Police engaged in a standoff with a suspect opened fire after the suspect fired two shots from inside their RV.

The seven officers reportedly shot 65 times, with no bullets striking the suspect. The suspect was believed to be linked to two people that were found with gunshot wounds nearby.

Video shows that after the two shots were fired by the suspect, officers scrambled for cover, falling over but continuing to shoot. The seven officers shot for around 10 seconds using handguns and assault rifles.

You can watch the videos and view the full police report on the incident here.

Source: SFPD Shootout: Officers Fired 65 Shots at Suspect, and No One Was Hit | News Fix | KQED News

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