Sixteen people sustained injuries when a truck drove away from Medina County deputy.
According to the Medina County Sheriff’s Office, the truck’s passengers included 15 migrants as well as an Austin resident.
According to authorities, the Texas deputies pulled over the truck around 8 a.m. Sunday. One occupant fled the vehicle before the Texas deputies pursued the truck into Bexar.
The truck then flipped over several times as the driver lost control.
Two passengers were flown by helicopter from the incident to San Antonio, and two others were transferred to hospital by ambulance. Two people are currently in critical condition.
The condition of the others was not immediately known, CBS.
According to authorities, the driver — whose name was not immediately released — had a gun in the truck and is facing several charges.