Stunned motorists watch
A research started on Saturday morning in Camarillo with a domestic violence call ended just before 12.30. in Calabasas with a clash and a fatal officer – he involved filming on Freeway 101 south just before the Las Virgenes Road / Malibu Canyon exit.
The driver of the fleeing vehicle is shown in a photograph taken from Acorn leaping from behind his Chrysler 300S crashed with what appears to be a gun in his hand. Soon he is shot by officers with the California Highway Patrol and the Ventura County Sheriff's Office, who said the man fired first
The unidentified male was declared dead on the scene.
Sgt. Eric Buschow of the Ventura County Sheriff's Office said the pursuit began after deputies responded to a domestic violence call in the city of Camarillo. The pursuit continued through Oxnard and 101 south, where CHP joined in search of Borchard Road in Newbury Park.
Brenda Cohen of Agoura Hills was driving with her mother and daughter to a family event on 101 when CHP closed the highway after the driver crashed into a guardrail under the Las Virgenes Road exit sign around 11:30 am
He was in front of traffic with the forces of order between her and the man with a gun. Filming began after a stalemate between the officers and the man, who at first refused to leave his vehicle and then left and stopped behind it.
"I could especially see him in the face." Then suddenly there was a shootout … "There were shootings and he was dead," Cohen said. "We had to lower our seats, we were lowered because we were in the front car.If there was a stray bullet, he could have come on our way."
Both sides of the 101 were closed for almost two hours before the CHP decided to reopen the lanes to the north. At 4:30 in the afternoon, Southbound 101 remained closed between Lost Hills Road and Parkway Calabasas as the order forces continued to conduct investigations.