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D.C. police dispatches after March 30 shooting
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D.C. police dispatches after March 30 shooting

An audio recording of D.C. police radio dispatches in the moments after the March 30 mass shooting in Southeast Washington provides a second-by-second account of the police chase of a vanload of suspects suspected in one of the most violent episodes in the District's history. This digital recording is at times hectic, unclear and breathless as officers in speeding cars, in the air and running on foot are coordinated by a single police dispatcher executing the pursuit of a silver van. The chase sped along highways and on-ramps; through dense city streets and wide suburban thoroughfares before ending in the Condon Terrace community of Southeast Washington. (Creative Commons License)

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