Live PD: After Action Report – Car Chase Goes Airborne | A&E

A suspect led officers in a high-speed chase through traffic before the car goes airborne, putting himself, officers, and other citizens in danger. Dan and Sgt. Larkin assess how officers kept everyone safe in this After Action Report. LivePD

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24 thoughts on “Live PD: After Action Report – Car Chase Goes Airborne | A&E

  1. I hate these "After Action" episodes – The whole format is just so pointless. Just show the clip and shut up. We don't need it explain – We can see what is happening. It works for the thousands of other episodes you uploaded, A&E. Why make few exceptions? It's just annoying. I usually skip them, but it seems they keep getting made, so many they think everyone loves them. Not me though…

  2. It’s amazing to see cops amped up from adrenaline because of fleeing suspects (especially in a high speed chase, but also when they flee on feet) and then going into a more compassionate mode in a matter of seconds. I hope both him and the guy his car flipped on top of are ok.

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