A car chase led to a tense hours-long standoff between Texas authorities and a man who is suspected of shooting seven people and killing six of those people in a domestic dispute.
According to KRIV, the shooting happened Wednesday afternoon in a Harris County Subdivision. Local authorities say the suspect is in his 40s and is a relative of the victims — four children and two adults.
KTRK reports the lone survivor of the shooting, a mother of one of the children, was shot in the head but was able to call 911 and tell authorities the suspect was a family member. In an attempt to get away, the suspect led authorities on a car chase.
Several Houston outlets say the woman told emergency responders the suspect was on his way to shoot and possibly kill more relatives before being intercepted by law enforcement. (Via KPRC)
The nearly 30-minute chase ended in a neighborhood cul-de-sac with authorities lining the entire street. This image from KHOU's managing editor shows SWAT teams ramming the man's car, trapping him inside. (Via Twitter / @BillBishopKHOU)
The man finally surrendered and was taken into custody by authorities around 10 p.m. local time. There's no word on what charges the suspect will face.
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