by Emily Longnecker
Ohio resident Daryl Black said all he wanted was a ride to the store.
What he got instead was the wildest ride of his life.
Already, he's having nightmares.
"I thought I was a goner," Black said.
Black was riding with Charles Bennett when Blue Ash police tried to pull Bennett over for erratic driving near Sycamore High School.
Instead, Bennett made a run for it.
Wednesday night, Black watched the dashcam video from the Blue Ash cruisers that chased Bennett early Tuesday morning.
"What I am thinking here is, 'Get me out of this car ... you're going to kill us," he said.
Black said he didn't know that the car was stolen. He said that he tried to grab the wheel, but couldn't.
Black said Bennett never said a word during the entire chase.
Eventually, after being hit by police cruisers at least twice, Bennett's car stopped and an officer jumped on the hood of the car, firing through the windshield.
"I thought I was a dead man, you know? I thought he was going to shoot me when he was up on that thing. I kept on saying 'No, no, no, don't shoot!" Black said.
Bennett died at Bethesda North Hospital, but Black was unharmed and police quickly determined he was an innocent bystander.
"Going through a chase and then watching an officer shoot several shots in a window, when you think the next bullet is for you, it's unreal," Black said.
The three officers who fired shots during the pursuit are on administrative leave.