Dangerous rush-hour police crash raises concerns
by: Vicente Arenas
DENVER (KDVR) — Questions have arisen about the Denver Police Department’s pursuit policy after officers chased and stopped a car on Interstate 225, causing a high-speed crash in rush hour traffic.
The suspect had been involved in a Denver shooting hours earlier at the Bass Pro Shops on Northfield Boulevard.
Dominique Hall and her family were stuck in traffic when the crash happened next to them near I-225 and Colfax Avenue.
“All of a sudden out of nowhere, we hear tires screeching and a loud bang. Then, we see the car go past us all. Shrapnel from both cars the police SUV and the suspect’s car was just everywhere,” said Hall, of Aurora.
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