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Video Shows Moments Leading up to Self-Defense Shooting in Chicago

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(Elmwood Park) – Police in this Chicago suburb still do not know why 43-year-old Ronald Morales pulled his firearm in a threatening manner on two innocent people in this gas station parking lot.

But recently released surveillance footage makes it clear that when the would-be victim returned fire, he was justified in doing so.

Police say the shooting occurred at 4:52 PM on April 8, 2017 when Morales approached a vehicle at the gas pump, after making eye contact with the vehicle’s owner. That’s when Morales produced a firearm from his waistband and aimed it at the occupants of the car.

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The driver of the vehicle emerged and exchanged fire with Morales, who ran away and disappeared from camera footage. According to authorities, Morales died a short time later and the occupants of the vehicle will not be facing any charges.

Read more here:  http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/elmwood-park/news/ct-elm-elmwood-park-shootout-video-tl-0511-20170509-story.html

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