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UPS Truck Hijacked In South Florida Leads To Wild Police Chase, 4 Dead

CBS 2 Friday, 6 December 2019
Police said two suspects who carjacked a UPS truck on Thursday afternoon and led several police agencies through the streets of South Florida are dead.
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News video: UPS truck chase ends in fatalities in Florida

UPS truck chase ends in fatalities in Florida 02:10

A wild police chase and shootout left four people dead in South Florida. The highway looked like a war zone as police opened fire on a stolen UPS truck and two robbery suspects.

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