Dallas officer fired, another suspended for not helping crash victim

One Dallas police officer was fired and another was suspended months after the department said they failed to help a driver involved in a fiery crash.

Cpl. Leonard Anderson has been terminated.

The Dallas Police Department said Anderson and trainee, Darrien Robertson, briefly chased a car that sped away from them in South Dallas back in May.

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That car eventually crashed and burst into flames. 

The two officers drove away without stopping to help.

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The driver of the wrecked car did survive.

Officer Robertson was suspended for 30 days.