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WATCH: Suspected cocaine smugglers of the items thrown out during a high-speed chase on the Pacific ocean

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U. s. Coast Guard personnel based in San Diego, Calif., trapped in a small boat with around 2,300 pounds of cocaine on board earlier this month in the international waters of the Pacific Ocean.

In a dramatic video released by the U. s. Customs and Border Protection, and the people on board the boat, can be seen throwing objects into the open ocean as they are being chased, and from above shoots.

The video footage at the time, the coast guard, and members in an orange-boat on the defendants’ part of the ship. Then, with their weapons drawn, and the coast guard, members of the power of the nine alleged traffickers to surrender with their hands up in the air.

THE VIDEO SHOWS A DRAMATIC JUMP BY COAST GUARDSMEN ON THE SHIP, WAS LOADED WITH COCAINE: OFFICIALS

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The video is credited to Petty Officer 1st Class Patrick Kelley and is distributed by the Defense Visual Information Distribution Service.

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