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Cleveland Police Release Video of Officers Shooting at Antwoina Carter’s Car

The suspects chasing and shooting at Antwoina Carter are still at large.

Cleveland police release footage showing suspect and officers shooting at Antwoina Carter’s car.

Cleveland Police Release Video of Officers Shooting at Antwoina Carter's Car. Credit WKYC Channel 3

UPDATE The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office has released its findings regarding the death of a 26-year-old woman during an exchange of gunfire involving a suspect vehicle and the Cleveland Division of Police last weekend.

According to the report, Antwoina Carter of Cleveland’s cause of death was determined to be homicide due to a gunshot wound to the trunk, resulting in injuries to the heart, lung, major vessel, and spine. However, it has been concluded that the bullet that caused her death did not originate from Cleveland police officers.

Dr. Thomas P. Gilson, Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner, stated that preliminary testing does not suggest direct responsibility of police activity for the death of the deceased.

The Cleveland Division of Police has released video footage showing the chaotic moments surrounding the death of Antwoina Carter last weekend amid gunfire and a vehicle crash.

Surveillance video reveals that Carter’s car was shot at by a suspect on East 105th Street before she turned down Garfield Avenue toward Cleveland police officers, who fired after hearing the shots from down the street.

Carter was found outside her crashed vehicle and taken to University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead.

The Cuyahoga County Use of Deadly Force Team is investigating the shooting. The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office stated on Thursday that its “preliminary testing does not indicate that police activity was directly responsible” for the 26-year-old Carter’s death.

No arrests have been made as of yet.

“It is important to stress that this video is only a small part of the investigation,” Cleveland Police Chief Dorothy Todd said in an introduction to the footage.

Source: 19 News

Source: WKYC Channel 3

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