A police take-down in Sacramento, California would make any NFL football player proud.
It all started when a 19-year-old man allegedly committed a crime at a nearby train station -- and ran away from a police officer.
Officers set up a perimeter and a news crew camera was rolling.
The suspect hopped over the front fence of a home, grabbed a bicycle and started riding.
As the camera rolled, the man pedaled toward a TV photojournalist.
But then a police officer came out of nowhere with a very impressive flying tackle.
A bystander and several more officers joined in and helped subdue the man.
The officer who tackled him ended up with a face wound.
And an officer involved earlier in the chase hurt his hand trying to climb a fence.
It's not clear what charges the suspect faces.
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