Texas police return fire, fatally shoot fleeing gunman
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Police in North Texas have fatally shot a fleeting suspect after investigators say he opened fire and wounded an officer following a traffic stop.
An Arlington police statement says the suspect died at a hospital following Friday night's gunfire. Police Chief Will Johnson says the wounded male officer, whose name wasn't released, was recovering Saturday at a hospital.
Police say an officer made a traffic stop and called for backup. The female driver got out, but one of three male passengers began to run.
Two other Arlington officers arrived. The original officer and a backup chased the suspect, who police say pulled a gun and shot the backup officer. The original officer then shot the suspect.
The suspect's name wasn't immediately released. Further details weren't immediately available.
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