Two Armed Robbery Suspects Shot By Hialeah Police After Car Ramming Rampage
Hialeah police shot two armed robbery suspects last night after the pair tried to ram officers with their Cadillac SUV. A police officer is also in the hospital after being hit by the car. The incident occurred near West 29th Street and 12th Avenue around 9:30 p.m.
"The driver of the vehicle attempted to ram the officers, in fact, did ram one of the officers in his attempt to flee, causing the vehicles to become seriously damaged and one of the officers to be transported to the hospital," Hialeah Police Chief Mark Overton told WSVN . "Hialeah Police officers feared for their safety, opened fire on the vehicle, striking two subjects. Those subjects are expected to survive."
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