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BART camera got 'partial view' of shooting

Surveillance video will be a 'strong tool' in the investigation


By Demian Bulwa
The San Francisco Chronicle

SAN FRANCISCO — Surveillance camera footage gives a "partial view" of an incident in which a BART police officer shot a knife-wielding man in San Francisco, but does not show his actions at the moment the shots were fired, BART officials said Tuesday.

"It will be a strong tool in the investigation," said BART police Deputy Chief Daniel Hartwig, who said he had not seen the footage himself and could not discuss it in detail.

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