Flint woman fatally shot by officer near Juneteenth celebration

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A 19-year-old Flint woman was shot by police during a Juneteenth parade after allegedly firing shots with an officer.

The suspect’s name was not released, but she died of her injuries at a hospital, according to Michigan State Police. The officer was not injured.

Police say that officer was working a traffic point during the incident, and then the woman allegedly drove up to the officer and fire shots at him at about 2:14 p.m – the officer returned fire.

A cell phone video confirmed by police shows a portion of the shooting. On the video, the officer says “Let me see your hands, hands up,” with a handgun at a stopped vehicle.

Bria Jones, of WEYI-TV, posted the following tweet:

No others were injured during the incident.

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