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Las Vegas police on Monday released body camera footage of two men weaving through traffic in an SUV and shooting at officers during a chase near downtown that left one of the men dead and the other wounded Wednesday morning.

The footage shows officer William Umana following Fidel Miranda, 22, and Rene Nunez, 30, yelling “shots fired, shots fired” into his radio. When another police car joins the chase, Umana warned the officer to stay back. The second officer’s car was hit by bullets at least twice and could not finish the chase, Metropolitan Police Department Assistant Sheriff Tim Kelly said at a briefing Monday.

As the chase neared its end, Umana, 43, pulled his car closer to the SUV and fired 11 shots through his windshield and seven shots through his open window.

Nunez exited the car as it was still moving near Hollingsworth Elementary School, 1776 E. Ogden Ave., and ran up steps outside of the school and attempted to enter, but the door was locked, Kelly said.

Miranda moved to the driver’s seat of the car and attempted to reverse toward Umana, Kelly said. Umana left his car and continued to fire while plain-clothes officer Paul Soloman, 46, approached the passenger-side door.

Soloman fired his shotgun once and hit Miranda. The SUV came to a stop at the north wall of the school, and Miranda was handcuffed while medical was called, Kelly said.

Miranda was pronounced dead at the scene. Officers Umana and Soloman were not injured.

Police arrested Nunez, who had gunshot wounds from the pursuit or from a shooting earlier that morning.

Miranda and Nunez are suspects in the death of 25-year-old Thomas Romero, who was shot multiple times in the chest Wednesday at a car wash at 1402 N. Eastern Ave., police said. Romero died that morning at University Medical Center.

While investigating that shooting, police spotted a 2000 Ford Expedition that matched the description of the suspects’ car just after 9:30 a.m., near 29th Street and Constantine Avenue.

Then the SUV sped off. Miranda and Nunez raced through oncoming traffic — along Mojave Road, Eastern Avenue and Charleston Boulevard — while firing at police, Kelly said. They fired 34 rounds in five volleys during the pursuit, he said, while officers fired 31 shots.

One civilian’s car was struck by gunfire, Kelly said.

Soloman, the plain-clothes officer, was not wearing a body camera.

Kelly praised the actions of Umana and Soloman as heroic.

“The officer could have backed off, but he didn’t,” he said, referring to Umana.

Nunez is accused of stealing the SUV on May 20 in North Las Vegas, Kelly said, and one of the guns Nunez used during the chase had been reported stolen May 20.

Miranda and Nunez had aliases, “Cabezon” and “Kreeepper,” respectively, which could be gang-related, he said.

Nunez faces multiple charges of murder with a deadly weapon and attempted murder with a deadly weapon. He remained in the Clark County Detention Center on Monday without bail.