The officer continued pursuing and as the Mazda approached Shannon Avenue, the passenger fired four more rounds, three of them striking the patrol auto. Originally, police had said nine rounds were fired.
The violent attack played out early Sunday in Madera, northwest of Fresno.
A woman interested in becoming a police officer who was on a weekend ride-along in a California police cruiser was hurt by flying glass when shots were fired through the cruiser's front windshield, police said Monday. She is part of the department's volunteer citizen's academy.
The officer's voice, the sound of gunfire and eventually the woman's cries are heard during the chase. Moments later the civilian passenger notices something terrifying.
A female civilian on a police ride-along in Madera got a frightening introduction to law enforcement work as a suspect shot out the patrol car's windshield during a wild chase. "No, no, no, no!"
More than a dozen shots were fired at the cruiser from a vehicle being pursued in the central California city of Madera.
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Seconds later, a passenger in the suspect's vehicle begins firing at the officer.
The officer, who was only on his second week as a solo officer, was not injured during the pursuit.
Authorities were searching for the occupants of the white Mazda SUV the officer pursued after trying to pull it over about 4:30 a.m. on Howard Road at Schnoor Avenue.
The officer had planned to stop the Mazda because its driver did not yield and went through a stop sign without stopping, the Madera police department said in a statement on its Facebook page. The suspect's vehicle was found abandoned.
No arrests have been made.
Frazier said that he believes this video should be a prerequisite for all ride-along candidates so they can see what officers face day to day. "And this young lady experienced that".