SAPD Involved in Second Officer Involved Shooting Of the Day

UPDATE: THE SUSPECT WHO WAS SHOT BY POLICE THIS AFTERNOON HAS DIED OF HIS WOUNDS

For the second time today, a San Antonio Police Officer has been involved in a shooting incident, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.

This incident happened at mid afternoon at Essand South Olive Streets, on the southeast side.

Police Chief Bill McManus says an officer was pursuing a suspect in an east side robbery and shooting. At one point, the suspect got out of his car and opened fire on the officer.

Two bullets hit the patrol car, including one that smashed through the windshield.

The officer, who was not hurt, returned fire. McManus says the suspect was hit by at least one bullet. He said it is doubtful the suspect will survive. He was rushed to BAMC.

McManus says a woman and a child were in the suspect vehicle. They were not hurt.

About 3AM, a police officer shot and killed a man who fired a shotgun at him inside a northwest side house.

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