Deadly UPS Truck shooting vigil held for employee and innocent bystander

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Vigil held for innocent civilian killed

MIRAMAR, Fla. (WIAT & CBS) A memorial continues to grow for a civilian and a UPS Truck driver who were killed in Thursday’s deadly police chase and shootout that involved a stolen UPS truck in Miramar, Florida

Fellow coworkers of 27-year-old UPS truck driver Frank Ordonez and even people who did not even know innocent bystander 70-year-old Richard Cutshaw fill the memorial site with flowers and balloons in memory of both men.

27-year-old UPS truck driver Frank Ordonez

The memorial site is located on Miramar Parkway.

The site of the memorial is where Ordonez and Cutshaw, died when police got in a shootout with two armed robbery suspects.

FBI special agents say, the armed suspects engaged law-enforcement, opened fire, there was an exchange of fire between law-enforcement and the suspects, and fortunately, the suspects are now deceased, but two additional innocent civilians were also killed.

Authorities say Lamar Alexander and Ronnie Hill had robbed the Coral Gables Regent Jeweler’s store before stealing Ordonez’s truck and held the 27-year-old father of two hostages.

These undated photo made available by the Florida Department of Corrections, show Ronnie Hill, left, and Lamar Alexander, two robbery suspects who were killed in a shootout with police, Thursday, Dec. 4, 2019, after they stole a UPS driver’s truck and led police on a chase that ended in gunfire at a busy South Florida intersection. UPS driver Frank Ordonez and another motorist who was waiting at a busy intersection were also killed. ( Florida Department of Corrections via AP)

Ordonez’s family said things could have been done differently as they continue to question to tactics of the police department.

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