WATCH: Connecticut Police Release Bodycam Footage of 2 Black Officers Shooting at Unarmed Black Couple Near Yale University

Connecticut State Police on Tuesday released body camera footage of the officer-involved shooting near Yale University that sparked a week of protests.

The video, captured by Hamden Police Officer Devin Eaton’s body camera, started after Eaton and Yale University Officer Terrance Pollock stopped a red Honda Civic just after 4:00 a.m. on April 16 about a mile from the Yale campus, Fox 61 reported.

Police said they had received a 911 call about a possible armed robbery at a gas station. While investigating, the officers came across the Honda, which they believed to be involved.

The footage showed Eaton approaching the vehicle from behind. When the driver opened the door and started to get out, Eaton ran around to the passenger side and fired his weapon. Eaton then took shelter behind another vehicle and row of garbage cans and called in “shots fired.”

The driver, Paul Witherspoon III, 21, was not injured in the incident. His girlfriend, Stephanie Washington, 22, was sitting in the passenger’s seat and received injuries that were not life-threatening, according to the New Haven Register.

In addition to the body cam footage, Connecticut State Police also released a 911 call, police dispatch audio and two angles of surveillance footage.

Connecticut State Police Commissioner James Rovella said Eaton fired 13 times and Pollock fired three times. He also said that Pollock was hit with a “projectile” from Eaton during the incident.

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Source: Fox News