CHICAGO (CBS) — The Civilian Office of Police Accountability on Wednesday released dramatic video from the morning a gunman shot two Chicago Police officers in the Lawndale neighborhood.

The shooting happened in the 1500 block of South Lawndale Avenue about 7:19 a.m. Sunday, May 16 as officers responded to a ShotSpotter alert of gunfire. As they arrived, they saw an armed suspect in an alley who began shooting, police Supt. David Brown said at a news conference that same day. The suspect was shot in the leg, police said.

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Video shows an officer responding to the scene and running down an alley, demanding to see the hands of a man in the distance. After more orders from officers for the man to remove his hands from his pockets, the officer fires several shots.

The suspect is seen groaning in a vacant field with a gunshot wound as officers handcuff him. A uniformed police officer also appears to be lying on the ground in the distance.

Another view shows a wounded officer being treated as he lies in the grass.

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One of the officers was shot in the hip and shoulder, the other in the hand. The suspect was shot in the leg.

Everyone survived.

Police said they recovered a gun on the scene.

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The suspected gunman, 45-year-old Bruce Lua, faces several charges including attempted murder.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff