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Shooting at Vehicles Perilous, Experts Say
Many police departments prohibit officers from shooting at cars. Bullets can ricochet or miss their mark, putting bystanders at risk. If they do hit their target, the result can be a speeding car with a dead person behind the wheel.
By Craig Whitlock and David S. Fallis
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