The state of Maryland’s AG office just released footage that shows a car crashing into an old building in Baltimore.
The car that crashed into the building was being pursued by police officers after it was suspected to be stolen.
Five passengers in the car were injured and a pedestrian was killed on the scene.
Watch the crash here (warning it might be graphic)
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🚨VIDEO: 2/8 Maryland Office of Attorney General releases street footage of a fatal police pursuit pic.twitter.com/KoZETS296u
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CBS Baltimore shared more details:
The Maryland Office of Attorney General on Thursday released shocking footage of a crash that led to the collapse of a building in East Baltimore last month and left one man dead.
The driver of a suspected stolen car sped off as officers approached it on the night of Feb. 8, according to police.
The car struck another vehicle at the intersection of North Avenue and North Wolfe Street, sending both cars into a sidewalk and into the building, causing the collapse.
A pedestrian near the building at the time, 54-year-old Alfred Fincher, was buried by falling rubble. He was pulled from the debris, but pronounced dead on the scene, police said.
Five other people, including two in the stolen car, were injured and hospitalized. Shawn Lee Brunson, 33, was charged with stealing the vehicle.
The Maryland Office of the Attorney General has released street camera video and bodycam footage from a fatal police pursuit turned crash/collapse; where a fleeing suspect crashed into a building causing a significant collapse on February 8th. pic.twitter.com/XEvphHyNlb
— Shane B. Murphy (@shanermurph) March 2, 2023
Fox Baltimore had these details to share:
The Independent Investigations Division (IID) of the Maryland Office of the Attorney General released the body-worn and CitiWatch camera footage from the fatal crash following an attempted traffic stop on February 8 in East Baltimore.
Five people were injured when the two cars crashed into each other and then into a house on the corner of East North Avenue and North Wolfe Street. 54-year-old Alfred Fincher of Baltimore, a pedestrian, died in the crash.
The Independent Investigations Division continues to investigate the circumstances of the fatal crash.
🚨#WATCH: Jaw-Dropping Video Shows a fatal crash, as a Building Collapse During a Police Chase
Watch shocking new released footage of a crash that lead to the collapse of a building in East Baltimore last month and left one man dead. After the driver… https://t.co/rNnztAS4ul pic.twitter.com/Vjf8ZQzn16
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