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East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore III on Tuesday presents his findings in a November 2016 fatal officer-involved shooting in Baton Rouge.

On Nov. 27, 2016, Terrell Walker shot his girlfriend inside a vehicle and pushed her out into the intersection at United Plaza Boulevard and Essen Lane. When motorists stopped to help Peck — including a physician, a 17-year-old Central High student training to be an EMT and the crew of a passing ambulance — Walker returned and attacked them, shooting the teenager and running over two of them.

These are 911 calls from the scene.

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Walker fled, but later died in a gunfight with sheriff's deputies 2 miles away at Interstate 10 and Bluebonnet.

East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore III presented Tuesday his findings into the officer-involved shooting, which he determined was legally justified.