I saw that last year, I believe it became "too graphic" on the front officer's camera, which is why news reports switched to the back car. The big boy officer at the front car got really lucky, he slipped and fell when the bad guy started to fire and still managed not to get shot. Lot of rounds fired, especially by the backup officer on the right, but the suspct was still holding the gun, so they were all justified. I forget the total rounds fired, but you can see just how quickly those rounds were shot. When you hear about 6 officers shooting 90 rounds, its easy to understand why looking at a video like this.