The safety of Tasers has once again been called into question after Los Angeles woman suffered cardiac arrest after being hit by shocked by one of the guns during a traffic stop.
As seen in a video aired by CBS Los Angeles, officers approached Angela Jones' car after they found it illegally parked in Encino.
After 15 minutes of questioning and a field sobriety test, Jones, 50, became argumentative when they officers asked to search her purse.
'I just don't feel like I want you to take my purse from me,' she tells them in the video.
ones moves to get back in her car, at which point the officers draws a Taser X26 and shocks her in the chest three times.
Jones immediately went into cardiac arrest and was unresponsive, but an officer revived her at the scene using CPR.
The X26 model delivers roughly 1,200 volts.
Jones' toxicology reports showed zero alcohol or and no illegal drugs in her system,
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