Authorities say a police officer is in serious condition after a fatal gunfight outside an apartment complex in San Antonio.
Officers responded early Wednesday to a disturbance call at the complex where investigators believed a home invasion may have occurred.
One officer confronted three suspects in a car and began struggling with the driver. A back-seat passenger got out of the car and began firing, striking the officer at least once, according to William McManus, San Antonio police chief.
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McManus said it appeared the wounded officer and at least one other officer returned fire, killing the alleged gunman.
The chief said the injured officer, a four-year department veteran, underwent surgery for a stomach wound.
The car's driver and the second passenger were taken into custody.