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EASTON, Pa. (AP) — A 22-year-old man convicted of attempted murder for opening fire on two state troopers during a traffic stop last fall has been sentenced to up to 110 years in prison.

Pennsylvania State Police Release Graphic Dash Cam Video Of Police-Involved Shootout In Northampton County

Daniel Clary shot and critically wounded 13-year veteran Cpl. Seth Kelly, who was helping another trooper arrest Clary in Northampton County. Clary had been pulled over for speeding and failed field sobriety tests.

A judge sentenced Clary on Friday to 55 ½ to 110 years in state prison. Kelly told Clary in court, “I pray you never get released.”

Cpl. Seth Kelly

Cpl. Seth Kelly | Credit: CBS3.

Man Convicted Of Attempted Murder For Opening Fire On Pennsylvania State Troopers 

Clary opened fire on Kelly and Trooper Ryan Seiple. Both troopers returned fire, hitting Clary several times. Clary then fled and drove himself to a hospital.

The wild roadside battle was captured on a police dashcam video that was released to the public after trial.

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