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Alhambra Clubbers Brawl, Use Car as Weapon, Get Shot At

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Some club-goers in Alhambra were in a vehicular brawl last night that led to officers opening fire, according to ABC7. A fight broke out in a parking structure across from the Alhambra PD. When officers showed up, one participant used his vehicle as a weapon, "ramming cars all the way down" from the top of the structure. He kept going when ordered to stop; "officers opened fire when the car started revving up and aimed for an officer." The driver hit a wall when he tried to escape. Adds the report: "It is unknown if drugs or alcohol were a factor at this time."