Body cam footage from Florida shows Volusia County sheriff's deputies chasing an attempted murder suspect at extreme speeds, exchanging fire and taking the suspect into custody.
A dangerous pursuit in busy daytime traffic began when an officer attempted to stop the suspect, 33-year-old Dillon Parker, who was wanted for attempted murder.
But the man takes off and the chase starts, prompting multiple units to join the pursuit.
When the suspect hits a spike strip and runs off the road, he quickly merges from his car with a gun in hand.
"He's shooting, he's shooting," an officer is heard saying in the video.
An approaching officer opens fire through his own windshield.
The officer then bolts toward the suspect, weapon raised, his body cam recording it all.
"Get your hands up!" the officer is heard yelling at the suspect.
The suspect is bloodied and quickly handcuffed.
Parker was shot multiple times by deputies, but his injuries were not life threatening.
No officers were injured during the pursuit and takedown.
VIDEO: Florida deputy shoots though windshield during confrontation with armed suspect