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Believing he was going to shoot, the officers fired their weapons at the suspect, who remained crouched behind the car door.
The man did not comply with officers' demands to show his hands, and instead reached into the vehicle toward the center console, police said.
The officers opened fire a second time and the driver slumped over.
The driver, 23-year-old Mario Ramiro, was taken to the Kaiser Permanente’s Vallejo campus where he later died.
The passenger, 21-year-old Joseph Johnson,was struck by a bullet or shrapnel in the buttocks and transported to John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, where he underwent surgery from being shot five times.
33 shots fired
Originally posted by rival
Two officers......thirty two rounds fired.
Someone stopped to reload....
Ya think after twenty rounds fired, either of the officers might realize there is no return fire?
What?....Was the guy not dead enough with the first two clips?
Video footage shows at least 33 shell-casing markers at the scene ... in the 100 block of Pepper Drive