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Must-See MTA Surveillance Video Of Caitlyn Jenner's Deadly Malibu Pileup Revealed –– As Radar Told You First

Caitlyn Jenner Accident Video

Jul. 9 2015, Updated 3:01 p.m. ET

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Surveillance video from Caitlyn Jenner's deadly pileup in February has been released by the Metropolitan Transit Authority, as RadarOnline.com was first to report.

In the clip, broadcast by ET, Jenner's Cadillac Escalade strikes both the white Lexus driven by Kim Howe, who died in the crash; and a black Toyota Prius, driven by Jessica Steindorff. Howe's Lexus was seen striking a black Hummer Peter Wolf Millesi was behind the wheel of.

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The clip was shot from a pair of angles by a bus present at the time of the tragic chain of events, which has subsequently spurred new litigation against the transgender superstar.

Caitlyn has been sued for wrongful death by Howe's stepchildren, Dana Redmond and William Howe, who said the Olympian was "careless, negligent, and reckless." (Following the accident, Caitlyn issued a statement saying, "I cannot pretend to imagine what this family is going through at this time. I am praying for them. I will continue to cooperate in every way possible.")

Steindorff said Caitlyn was "negligently, carelessly, recklessly and wantonly" driving in her personal injury suit in which she's asking for more than $25,000.

Watch the video on RadarOnline.com

The accident, at the time, put Caitlyn's transition on the back burner.

The case remains under investigation from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, and Caitlyn could face manslaughter charges in Howe's death.

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