Driver Shoots and Kills a Gunman Who Marched up to his Car with a Gun

Man kills gunman in a shootout at Illinois gas station. Ronald Morales was shot multiple times at a gas station at 7450 W. Grand Ave., Elmwood Park. The shocking moment a driver shot and killed a gunman who marched up to his car after they ‘made eye contact’ at a gas station – but police say he WILL NOT be charged Surveillance footage captured a man killing a gunman in a shootout On April 8, Ronald Morales spotted a man pumping gas at a BP station in Illinois The 43-year-old walked over to the vehicle and threatened the driver with a gun The driver stepped out of his car, with his own gun, and they exchanged bullets Morales ran off and later died from his injuries,

And the driver spies off Police say the man acted on self defense and will not be charged The shocking moment a man shot and killed a gunman in a shootout has been captured on surveillance video – and police say he will not be charged.

A motorist pulled out a gun when Ronald Morales, 43, approached his car at a gas station in Elmwood Park, Illinois.

The men shot at each other multiple times in broad daylight before Morales ran away and the driver sped off.

Morales eventually died from his injuries – but police say they will not be charging the man who killed him because he was acting in self defense.

Police say on April 8, at 4:52 pm, Ronald Morales (seen in red jacket) made eye contact with a gas pumping man at BP gas station in Elmwood Park,

Illinois Morales exited the convenience store and approached the man, who by then was back in his vehicle

Morales threatened the driver with his gun before the man stepped out with his own firearm, and the two exchanged bullets for about five seconds

Police say on April 8 , At 4:52 pm, Morales made eye contact with a man who was pumping gas into his vehicle.

Morales exited the convenience store at the BP gas station on Grand Avenue in Elmwood Park.

I have walked over to the car and pulled out his gun.

By then, the man who had been pumping gas was back in his vehicle.

Morales opened the passenger door of the car and then closed it before speaking to the man inside the window.

The man felt he was in danger, according to police, And exited his vehicle armed with his own gun – and the two exchanged gunfire.

After about five seconds, Morales ran away, but not before he was hit with bullets, and the other man sped off.

Morales eventually ran away, and the driver sped off, but he was shot too many times and eventually died from his wounds

Police say they will not be charging the man who shot Morales because he was acting in self defense

At the time, police credited The gas station’s state-of-the-art camera system with providing them clear footage of the afternoon shootout.

They say this allowed them to quickly corroborate information gathered from eyewitnesses, the man who survived the shootout and the vehicle occupants.

Police say that because the man was acting in self defense,

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