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Texas DPS Releases Aerial Video of Pursuit that Ended in Gunfight, Explosion

September 13, 2018  | 

VIDEO: Texas DPS Release Aerial Video of Pursuit that Ended in Gunfight, Explosion"

The Texas Department of Public Safety posted a video to YouTube that had been taken from a helicopter surveilling Mark Conditt, the man suspected of a series of bombings that killed two people and injured five others around Austin.

The video shows police vehicles closing in on the 24-year-old suspect along a highway, and as they approached to make an arrest, a bomb detonating inside the vehicle, killing Conditt.

No officers were seriously injured by the blast, according to Texas DPS.


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Jon REtired LEO @ 9/13/2018 4:25 PM

It didn't come out anywhere near perfect but a hell of a lot better than it could have been.

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