An Al Jazeera reporter in Florida says that he was among a group of people who witnessed an attempted vehicle attack at a Florida baseball game.
The reporter was at a ball game between the University of Florida and the University at Albany in Pinellas County when he heard screams and saw a car hit a crowd that included people with disabilities, said the reporter, who asked not to be named for fear of reprisal.
I’ve got my car!’ “
I heard a man scream, ‘I’ve got to get out of here!
I’ve got my car!’
“We didn’t know what to do. “
We were scared, and we were not sure what to say to him. “
We didn’t know what to do.
We were scared, and we were not sure what to say to him.
We just looked at him and said, ‘We need to get help, and if he’s okay, we’re going to help him.'”
The reporter said that the man was handcuffed but refused to cooperate and had no idea how he ended up in handcuffs and what he was being charged with.
“There were people who had to get the police to come and help us,” he said.
“This is a young guy. “
He’s not a violent person. “
This is a young guy.
He’s not a violent person.
He was very remorseful, and apologized to the group. “
As soon as he was brought into custody, he was very cooperative and was very polite.
On Thursday, police said the man who drove the vehicle that hit the crowd was arrested after his release. “
At the end of the day, he just wants to get away from his past, and that’s it.”
On Thursday, police said the man who drove the vehicle that hit the crowd was arrested after his release.
The incident was reported to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).
A spokesperson for the FDLE said in a statement that the department is aware of the incident and is investigating the matter.
A witness at the scene described a scene of chaos, with the driver of the vehicle yelling, “Get him, get him!”
The driver of another vehicle that was in the field at the time, a Toyota Corolla, was not injured, but was able to retrieve a camera from the driver’s side window.
The FDLE is investigating.