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NYPD cop opens fire on NYC car after driver tries to run him over

An NYPD officer opened fire on a vehicle that tried to run him over in Brooklyn Thursday night, law enforcement officials told the Post.

A sergeant working as a supervisor of the public safety team attempted to stop a suspected stolen car at 39 Avenue J and Eastth Street in the East Flatbush neighborhood at just before 9 p.m., sources said.

Then a second car tried to hit the sergeant, who fired a shot at the driver, sources said.

Police are at the scene of the March 3, 2022 crime at the intersection of E 39 St. and Ave.  J shots were fired by a police officer in Brooklyn.
Police are at the scene of the March 3, 2022 crime at the intersection of E 39 St. and Ave. J shots were fired by a police officer in Brooklyn.
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Two people were arrested while a third person fled on foot after the police officer opened fire on the suspect who was trying to run him over.
Two people were arrested while a third person fled on foot after the police officer opened fire on the suspect who was trying to run him over.
Robert Mecea

Two people were reportedly arrested and a third person fled on foot, according to the sources.

Police searched the area and searched emergency rooms at local hospitals, and the person was suspected of suffering a gunshot wound, the sources added.

https://nypost.com/2022/03/04/nypd-cop-opens-fire-on-car-in-nyc-after-driver-tried-to-run-him-over/ NYPD cop opens fire on NYC car after driver tries to run him over

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