Clark County road rage chase ends in suicide

BRUSH PRAIRIE, Wash. – The Clark County sheriff's office says a suspect in a road rage shooting near Brush Prairie shot and killed himself after he was chased down by deputies.

The incident began Sunday night when a woman driving on Highway 503 in Brush Prairie reported a man in a pickup truck had shot out her rear windows.

She got the license number and saw the truck pull off the highway at Battle Ground.

A deputy was going to truck owner's home when he saw the vehicle speed off. It was stopped with spike strips and a PIT ramming maneuver. At this point, the sheriff's office said the driver shot himself. No deputies fired their weapons.