BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City Police have identified the civilian who was killed in east Baltimore on Thursday afternoon when a suspect allegedly fleeing officers crashed into their car.

The victim has been identified as Cristal Eatmon, 41, of Baltimore.

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Police: Civilian Killed After Suspect Fleeing Officers In East Baltimore Crashes Into Car

Baltimore City Police say this happened shortly after 4 p.m. when officers attempted to pull over a driver after locating a vehicle that may have been connected to a recent crime.

Police say when the driver sped off, officers on the ground pulled back, but the department said its chopper kept an eye on the car.

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Police say as the vehicle approached North Bond and East Biddle Street, the collision happened.

“I was down the street and I [saw] all the smoke and everything up there,” said Willie Bulls. “They were sawing the car door to get someone out. I thought it was a dude. I didn’t see the lady.”

Police say they caught suspects who were trying to run away from the vehicle that initially got their attention. Those suspects have not yet been identified.

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“The whole neighborhood is in mourning,” said a man who identified himself as Latif. “It’s really like a personal loss. These are like my nieces, and it hurts real bad.”

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