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VIDEO | Dashcam footage shows gruesome scene after man allegedly plowed into crowd at Louisville nightclub

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- On Sunday, Jan. 29, dozens of calls flooded the 911 call center.

"911 operator Bose where is your emergency?"

"South Old Third Street. They pulled bodies out of the car. Oh my God!"

It's a night witnesses will never forget.

"We need an ambulance," one 911 caller said. "We have like five people down."

Six months after the crash that killed two people, MetroSafe released body and dash cam video of the aftermath Friday. Some of it contained disturbing images detailing what happened the night police said Chad Erdley plowed through a crowd of people before slamming into a food truck outside La Movida nightclub.

Officers stepped over glass and debris as they process the bloody scene. Many of the images are too graphic to show.

Officials also released footage of a combative Erdley inside Louisville Metro Corrections that night as they processed him for driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol. 

While he was read his rights, he didn't always exercise them. He often slurred his words, going off on tangents about everything from his arrest to alleged police corruption, accusing officers of stealing money out of his wallet.

"I ain't do anything illegal," Erdley is heard telling officers. "I ain't kill nobody. I ain't assault nobody. I didn't do nothing to nobody."

He even went on a tirade about President Donald Trump. 

"Since f'***ing Trump's been in there, seven days, f***ing pigs don't f***ing cooperate with nobody," he said. "F***ing tired of it."

And when pressed again about taking a blood test, he threatened to sue and named names.

"Blood tests are unconstitutional. I know my rights, man," Erdley said. "I mean, I'll get Bart Adams, whoever I have to get down here. Maury Comer."

Erdley is facing a slew of charges, including two counts of murder, assault and eleven counts of wanton endangerment.

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