ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A Bernalillo County deputy remains in the hospital after this weekend's cross city shooting spree.
The deputy, 15-year veteran Robin Hopkins was the most seriously injured and remains in the intensive care unit at UNM hospital with severe injuries to her leg.
She has already undergone two surgeries and the sheriff says she faces a very long road to recovery.
The last word from APD was that one of their officers was still in the hospital, but their condition is unknown Monday.
Two other APD officers were also shot but were released from the hospital that same day.
That shooting spree began Saturday afternoon near Broadway and Avenida Ceasar Chavez and ended four miles away at 4th and Montano.
Police say 35-year-old Christopher Chase started the shootout after telling witnesses to call police and tell them he would be waiting for them.
APD says chase was waiting at the corner of Broadway and Avenida Ceasar Chavez and then ambushed the first officers to arrive.
When one officer took cover, chase jumped into his police car and took off.
Chase traveled north to Griegos where he headed west to Rio Grande Boulevard, then east on Ranchitos and then turned south on Fourth Street firing at deputies hitting Deputy Hopkins there.
But police say chase kept going until he hit traffic at Fourth and Montano.
"He encounters traffic at the intersection of Fourth and Montano, he veers into the Route 66 gas station where he crashes into a pillar at one of the gas pumps,” Chief Allen Banks said.
Officers then opened fire. Chase was killed and the pursuit ended.
Police are still waiting on an autopsy to determine if chase took his own life or if he was killed by officers.
Forty eight hours after the wild chase and shootout, things are slowly getting back to normal for businesses caught in the crossfire.
Some of them are just now discovering their businesses suffered damage, too.
The "A to Z" tire shop, one of the countless businesses caught in the cross-fire Saturday morning.
One employee told us Monday it's a day he'll never forget.
“Saturdays are slow around here so if figured it's just another Saturday,” Carlos Correa said. “It turned out to be one of the more interesting ones."
Carlos Carrea here at A to Z Tire remembers seeing something in the suspect's hands across the street at a bus stop. But he says he couldn't really tell what Chase was holding.
When APD arrived, Correa says gunshots started flying.
One of those gunshots hit the tire shop's sign just off Broadway, something he discovered just Monday morning.
As the gunshots rang out, Correa ran for cover and told his coworkers to do the same.
“Get down, get back in the shop because there's concrete, tires, you can hide behind all that,” Correa said.
It's unclear at this time how many businesses took damage from the shootout.
APD is asking anyone with damage to call them.
The number to call is 242-COPS.
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