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New bodycam footage released from MLK day shooting

New bodycam shows Miami-Dade police officers at Martin Luther King Day shooting

Newly released body camera footage from Miami-Dade police officers from the Martin Luther King Day shooting that injured eight shows cops running toward the shooters and carrying a wounded man to safety. "You good," the unnamed officer repeatedly
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Newly released body camera footage from Miami-Dade police officers from the Martin Luther King Day shooting that injured eight shows cops running toward the shooters and carrying a wounded man to safety. "You good," the unnamed officer repeatedly

Moments after bullets started flying on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Miami-Dade police officers were carrying the wounded to safety, newly released body camera footage shows.

The shooting, in the park bearing the civil rights leader’s name, began as a slight between gang members and erupted into gunfire that injured eight.

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In the footage, an officer encourages an unidentified wounded man he’s carrying to safety. “You good,” he assured him.

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