LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Authorities have identified the man they say was fatally shot by police on Friday night after he led several law enforcement agencies on an hour-long chase.

Los Angeles Coroner’s office Capt. John Kades told City News Service that Brian Newt Beaird of Oceanside died at a hospital 43 minutes after being shot.

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Officials say the 51-year-old was behind-the-wheel of a silver, late-model Corvette that failed to yield in Cudahy when officers tried to initiate a traffic stop for reckless driving.

Thereafter, police said the suspect led authorities through several areas, including Bell, Huntington Park, and downtown Los Angeles.

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The pursuit ended at Olympic Boulevard and Los Angeles Street with a violent crash.

Police opened fire when the man stumbled out of the Corvette.

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