1. This woman is being shot at. Though her attacker's gun is clearly being fired, she has no visible wounds yet. However, since her attacker has risked his life in order to get a closer shot at her, it seems safe to assume he is going to ensure that he lands at least one hit during his flight between the two vehicles. Assuming he started with a full magazine before leaping from his police car - he's reckless, but not that reckless, surely - we can see he's fired three shots and, depending on the type of bullets he's loaded into his Desert Eagle, he could have at least four but as many as six shots left before needing to reload again. Even if he misses with all seven to nine shots, the woman isn't looking where she is going and is therefore running the risk of a severe automotive incident.
While it should be noted that she is wearing a safety helmet, her chances of surviving both a gunshot wound and a vehicular collision seem slim.
2. This man appears to have leapt from the safety of his police car towards the woman, shooting at her as he does so. What he doesn't seem to have realised is that if he successfuly terminates his target, she will lose control of the bike that he is hoping to land on and it will most likely fall over. Since we've already decided that she and the bike are in great jeopardy, the man's chances of survival are looking grim indeed. This is all assuming she doesn't manage to shoot him before he even lands on or near the bike.
Another possiblity is that Campbellian physics will soon see him hurtling backwards, either into his own car's bonnet (thus crushing his spine) or onto the road where he will roll around before being run over to death.
3. The angle at which this man's vehicle has collided with the barrier is deeply concerning; it seems almost sharp enough that he might smash straight through and plummet to his death. Even if he doesn't, we've established that the two vehicles directly in front of him are about to lose control. Worse still, if this event takes place in America, they're all driving into oncoming traffic. Prognosis: death.
5. Developer Bigbig were closed down in January 2012.
Conclusion: nobody survives the Pursuit Force box-art.