Cleveland police chase and shooting portrayed as chaotic scene by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWineBy Rachel Dissell
The Plain Dealer
Feb. 07, 2013
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CLEVELAND, Ohio — A November car chase ended in a "full blown-out" firefight, with glass and bullets flying, according to Cleveland police officers who described for investigators the chaotic scene at the end of the deadly 25-minute pursuit.
But when the smoky haze -- caused by rapid fire of nearly 140 bullets in less than 30 seconds -- dissipated, it soon became clear that more than a dozen officers had been firing at one another across a middle school parking lot in East Cleveland.