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Footage emerges of moment police shoot and kill 14-year-old boy in US

Footage has been shared of the moment police in Los Angeles, US, targeted the attacker at a clothing store and fired bullets hitting a 14-year-old girl who was trying on clothes in the cabin.

The U.S. California state of Los Angeles 23 in the city DecemberHe accidentally shot and killed a 14-year-old boy who was in the locker room when police tried to shoot the man who attacked the woman at a clothing store. Security and police camera footage of the incident that shook the country has been made public.

HE DIED TRYING ON CLOTHES.

Images shopping The assailant, who entered the centre on his bicycle, began attacking people with a bicycle lock. Police responded to the scene and headed towards the location of the assailant at the clothing store. One of the officers fired three shots as soon as he saw the assailant. The moment was captured on a police body camera. But one of the police bullets hit a 14-year-old girl who was trying on clothes in the changing room with her mother.

IDENTITIES REVEALED

The 14-year-old victim was identified as Valentina Orellana-Peralta, who was recorded being hit in the chest by a bullet. The assailant shot by police was identified as Daniel Elena Lopez, 24, who died at the scene. San Francisco “There was nothing in the video to justify opening fire, as the police officer did. I was shocked to see the video. Lethal force is the last option on the table.” Hamasaki said police are trained to try to control a situation with commands first. Hamasaki also said that little effort appeared to have been made to contact the attacker to calm the situation before the murder.

WHAT HAPPENED?

In the December 24 incident at a Los Angeles clothing store, a woman inside the store was attacked by a man she didn’t know, and the woman who was attacked by police on the scene was rescued with injuries. Police accidentally shot the 14-year-old girl, who was in the locker room when she fired at the assailant. The bullet pierced the wall of the dressing room and hit the little girl. Los Angeles Police Capt. Stacy Spell said officers were there because she was attacked and opened fire to stop the assailant from killing her.

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