Texas Police Helicopter Video Captures Shootout on Highway

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The Texas Department of Public Safety released a video of a chase that ended in a deadly shootout between a suspect and a DPS trooper in east Bexar County. The video shows the moments after authorities said 33-year-old Ernest Manuel Montelongo took off after giving troopers a fake name during a Feb. 18 traffic stop. The trooper briefly lost sight of the fleeing suspect, but a DPS helicopter assisted with finding him. The suspect crossed a highway and went the wrong way on I-10. The suspect was stopped by two troopers. Gunfire was exchanged between the suspect and a DPS trooper. The suspect and a trooper were taken to local area hospitals. The suspect died the next day in the hospital. The wounded trooper was taken to University Hospital in the DPS helicopter and survived the shootout.

News Articles on this story:
https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/crime/article/DPS-aerial-footage-shows-deadly-shootout-between-13203123.php
https://www.westernjournal.com/ct/wild-west-style-shootout-ends-suspect-chopper-intervenes/
https://www.ksat.com/news/watch-dramatic-footage-shows-deadly-shootout-with-dps-trooper-suspect

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20 thoughts on “Texas Police Helicopter Video Captures Shootout on Highway

  1. Ten minutes to the next hospital by the helicopter. Thats awesome. Imagine the officer needed to wait for a ambulance driving through the traffic. That would have take a long time to get him to a hospital. Good job! Greetings from Germany.

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