Woman jumps from RV, 2 kids released before man shoots self

Tony Kelly Sr

Tony Kelly Sr

The suspect has been identified as Tony Kelly, Sr., 40, by his son, 22-year-old Tony Kelly, Jr. Officers from Caddo Mills and a Hunt County Sheriff's deputy approached the RV when they saw the driver stop and let two young children out.

At some point the family ended up at a storage unit in Mesquite and took off in their RV.

In Texas, almost 200 police departments in dozens of counties offer 911 texting, according to a Federal Communications Commission document. "You could feel the heat coming from it and there was a lot of smoke just because of all the plastics and everything that were burning with it", said Deputy Floyd Kincaide with the Dallas County Sheriff's Department. Their mother was also taken to hospital to be treated but her condition remains unknown.

Police in suburban Dallas-Fort Worth say a suspect is dead after shooting his wife and leading police on a chase in an RV with his two kids inside. As the RV headed west, crossing county and city lines, as many as nine police agencies joined the chase. The spike strips didn't immediately stop the driver, Cook said, but the RV's tires began to shred.

The RV, damaged by spike strips, stopped on westbound I-30 at Fielder Road in Arlington and burst into flames..

The fire then escalated, engulfing the RV.

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While police officers were securing the children, they heard a single gunshot come from inside the RV.

The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office will release the cause of death and identity of the man pending notification of next of kin.

"She's a work of art", he reportedly told the station. He says Price was living in a domestic violence shelter while his father was living with him in Mesquite, Kelly said.

I-30 westbound in Arlington is expected to shut down until 10 a.m., at least, as police officers gather evidence from the scene. No officers fired shots during this entire incident.

The children were rescued from the RV and did not appear to be seriously injured.