Tulsa, OK- We have a closer look at the dash cam video released Friday and a closer look at what really led up to the confrontation between an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper and a Creek Nation paramedic.
The dash cam video has been viewed more than 20,000 times on our website.
After pressure from state lawmakers and the media, including Fox 23, the Department of Public Safety agreed to release 8 minutes of dash cam footage of the May 24th incident.
In one clip, Trooper Daniel Martin states to the driver of the ambulance that he's running "hot" to his call. But, the dash cam video shows Martin stays there less than 30 seconds and then turns around to pull over the ambulance.
The trooper also claims that the ambulance driver failed to yield as he came up behind them.
Paramedic Maurice White told Fox News his driver didn't have enough reaction time from the moment he saw Martin running up behind the ambulance in his cruiser.
"Being a good driver he cannot aggressively pull the vehicle over because we are transporting a patient and the shoulder is a soft shoulder," said Maurice White.
Trooper Martin said in a written statement: "I had not observed the ambulance operating emergency lights or sirens and I was not immediately informed that there was a patient on board or that a dire emergency even existed."
Dash cam video tells a different story.
It clearly shows White try to inform the trooper there's a patient needing transport to the hospital.
As for the ambulance not using lights and sirens even though a patient is inside- EMSA says it's up to the paramedic to make that call.
White says he made the right decision in this case not using them for the benefit of his patient.
"She had had an episode, a fainting episode, accompanied by chest pain and the last thing that person needs is excitement at that time," said White.
Trooper Martin said in a statement he thinks White's actions interfered with the traffic stop.
His attorney will be joining him at a press conference scheduled for Monday.
OHP has concluded the investigation and now the department will conclude whether or not Martin did anything wrong.