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Man is charged with attempted murder of law enforcement recruits after plowing into group


The wrong-way driver who allegedly plowed into a group of law enforcement recruits out for a training run in southern California has been charged with attempted murder. 

Nicholas Joseph Gutierrez, 22, was taken into custody at the scene of the crash along Mills Avenue in Whittier on Wednesday morning. 

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said in a statement Thursday that Gutierrez was arrested for investigation of attempted murder on a peace officer and that additional charges are pending. 

It comes after new surveillance footage was released showing the terrifying moment the driver barreled into a group.

As many as 25 recruits suffered injuries including head trauma, broken bones and a ‘loss of limb,’ with at least five critically injured.

The graphic footage obtained by ABC7 shows the recruits wearing white t-shirts and jogging together in formation in the area of Mills Road and Telegraph Road with two patrol cars following behind seconds before the crash. 

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