O.J. Simpson Car Chase – June 17, 1994 – 6:45 PM PT. O.J. was wanted for questioning on Nicole Simpson and Ronald Goldman murders. LAPD agreed Simpson to turn himself in, but he never showed. At 6:45 pm, a police officer approached the White Bronco on I-405. Simpson had a gun to his own head. Officer backed off, and followed at 35 MPH, joined by 20 police cars and helicopters. 95 million watched on live TV. http://abcnews.go.com/Archives/video/june-17-1994-oj-simpson-car-chase-10554624
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On June television networks and cable news channels aired two hours of nonstop coverage of perhaps the most famous car chase to have ever taken place on Los Angeles freeways: O. Simpson in a white Ford Bronco.
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Infamous Cars Al Cowlings’ 1993 Ford Bronco After the infamous O.J. Simpson car chase was broadcast on live television in 1994, the white Ford Bronco that carried Simpson took on an identity of its own. "The Bronco precipitated an entire new genre of police chase," Kendall says. "People said, 'Hey, if O.J. can run, I can run, too.'" The car was owned by former National Football League player and Simpson pal Al Cowlings. Cowlings reportedly unloaded the Bronco at a private sale for $75,000…