Baltimore Police Officer in Critical Condition After Being Shot Several Times in Execution-Style Attack and Crashing Car into Playground (VIDEO)

A Baltimore Police Officer is in critical condition after she was shot several times in an ambush attack and then crashed her car into a playground.

The shooter walked up to the rear of the vehicle and began firing at the officer. The police officer sped off and crashed into a playground. The officer is now in critical condition.

ABC Go reported:

A Baltimore police officer is in critical condition after being ambushed and shot while sitting in a patrol vehicle early Thursday, authorities say.

Dr. Thomas Scalea said at a briefing outside the University of Maryland Medical Center’s Shock Trauma Center that the officer was shot multiple times and was on life support, The Baltimore Sun reports.

Officers responding to a report of a crash found the officer, who appeared to be suffering from life-threatening gunshot wounds, then worked to get the wounded officer to Shock Trauma as quickly as possible, police said in a news release. The officer, who was not immediately identified by name or gender, was listed in “guarded condition,” police said.

“This was a cowardly, brazen act to walk up and open fire on a police officer who was doing what we asked that officer to do – to go out to protect and serve,” Harrison said in a statement. “Our prayers are with the officer’s family. We are determined to find those responsible for this heinous crime and will not rest until we do.”

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