UPDATE: High-speed Pursuit Ends, Suspect Taken to Hospital
UPDATE, 7:55 p.m. by Andrew Weeks: The suspect in a chase that happened Tuesday evening, which started in Kimberly and led police through parts of Twin Falls, has ended in an otherwise quiet neighborhood.
Twin Falls Police initiated a pursuit intervention technique to stop the vehicle, said Twin Falls City spokesman Joshua Palmer. It ended on Carriage Lane and Carrousel Circle.
"They were able to stop the vehicle but when they approached the vehicle the suspect was found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound," he said.
The suspect was transported to St. Luke's Magic Valley Hospital. Police are waiting to hear from the hospital the suspect's condition. Palmer said no further details are available at the moment, but the incident is under investigation.
UPDATE: Twin Falls City Spokesperson Josh Palmer says the police department has activated its Critical Incident Task Force and have a suspect stopped at Addison Avenue and Carriage Lane. Palmer could only say it was related to the car chase earlier.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) Twin Falls Sheriff's deputies and other law enforcement are in pursuit of a small sedan seen speeding through neighborhoods in Twin Falls at round 6:10 p.m.
Police appeared to be chasing a light colored, four door, older sedan. The car was seen turning from Heyburn Avenue onto Harrison Street headed north illegally passing several cars at a high rate of speed. The car then went through a stop sign at Harrison and Filer and continued on passed Harrison Elementary. It appeared a Twin Falls Sheriff's deputy and another area city police car was following with lights and sirens. More information to come