A suspect crashed his vehicle and died after being shot in a Saturday night incident in Miami, Florida. Channel 7 News in Miami published a story about the incident.
Miami Police responded to the crash that occurred after the suspect had been shot at around 1:00 pm on Saturday, May 12. The crash happened at Northwest 30th Street and 22nd Ave.
An area resident, Willie, described the incident:
“I started to walk all the way to the corner right here, and that’s when I started hearing the shooting, ‘pow, pow, pow, pow,’” Willie said.
Willie also stated that he witnessed what happened during the confrontation. “I started to see them struggling with each other in the cars. Then they start shooting at each other,” he said.
Miami Police said that the deceased suspect is 24-year-old Francisco Martinez. Before being shot and crashing his car, Martinez had tried to rob unnamed victims.
Martinez had slammed his car into a fence after being shot in the chest. He was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
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