Crazy Police car chase ends with bullets hitting allover the windshield.
District Attorney Brad Smith has already cleared deputies of any wrongdoing in an officer-involved shooting the same day.
A Georgia District Attorney has already cleared deputies involved in a shooting on Tuesday after looking at existing evidence.
The GBI reported that the shooting happened on Parks Mill road between County Line Auburn Road and Country Living Lane.
"A Barrow County deputy on routine patrol attempted to stop a black pickup truck for failure to maintain its lane," GBI Special Agent-in-Charge Mike Ayers said.
But the driver refused to stop leading officers on a 16-mile low-speed chase between Barrow and Gwinnett counties.
Deputies ultimately used a Pursuit Intervention Technique (PIT) maneuver to bring the chase to an end with the truck ultimately crashing into a nearby woodline.
The preliminary investigation suggests that after the crash, someone fired shots from inside the truck and deputies then returned fire.
Two people in the truck were hit by the return fire and hospitalized. Though their condition hasn't been released officials believe their injuries were not life-threatening. The deputies involved in the shooting have returned to the sheriff's office for an interview with GBI agents.