MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Florida Department of Law Enforcement confirmed Friday that 20 law enforcement officers were involved in a deadly police-involved shooting in Miramar last December.

A police pursuit of a hijacked UPS truck ended in a deadly shootout involving at least one Florida Highway Patrol trooper and 19 police officers, FDLE officials said.

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The FDLE reports 15 Miami-Dade officers, three Miramar police officers, and one Pembroke Pines officer fired their weapons during the incident.

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Two suspects, the truck driver, and one bystander died during the exchange of fire.

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The FDLE says this confirmed number could rise or fall slightly as it continues its investigation.