Los Angeles Car Chase Suspects Throw Cash Out of Vehicle During High-Speed Police Pursuit
A high-speed car chase occurred Wednesday afternoon when a group of men fled authorities after reportedly committing an armed robbery. The police continued chasing the car for over an hour, following it through downtown Los Angeles. They are said to have robbed a Bank of America in Santa Clarita, and at least three men got out of the car during the chase. The men apparently began throwing money out of the car, making the situation more dangerous as bystanders began running after the cash.
Update, 2:25p ET: The car chase ended and the FBI confirms that all the suspects have been apprehended. A person in a silver truck blocked off the suspects' car and that was the end of the chase that lasted over an hour. A giant crowd gathered around and applauded when the suspects were arrested. Check out photos from the scene below:
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