Movement ground to a halt for quite a long time on a bustling San Francisco Bay Area turnpike Wednesday amid a standoff amongst police and a crime speculate that finished when officers opened fire, killing the man.
Fairfield Police Sgt. Jeff Osgood affirmed officers from his area of expertise were engaged with the quest for a crime suspect. He said there was a “trade of gunfire” amid the standoff on I-80 and that the man kicked the bucket of his wounds.
The speculate appeared to step toward officers behind no less than twelve watch autos in the episode caught on video and shared by online networking clients.
California Highway Patrol Officer Matthew Hamer said the threat to drivers finished around 10:30 a.m. be that as it may, he declined to remark on how the standoff arrived at an end.
A Facebook Live video shot from the air demonstrated the man escaping the auto and making a stride before tumbling to the ground. Another video shot by a driver seemed to demonstrate officers shooting their firearms and the sound of no less than 20 discharges.
No less than 12 police cruisers encompassed the SUV, closing down movement for miles (kilometers) on a few key streets into San Francisco and encompassing urban areas.
Hamer said the SUV was sought after by officers with the Richmond Police Department and that expressway watch officers utilized a spiked tangle to puncture the vehicle’s tires.
A Richmond Police Department dispatcher prior said the office was helping Fairfield cops.