ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - We now know the names of the officers injured in Saturday's wild shootout in the streets of Albuquerque.
Officers Matthew Hannum and Daniel Morales are both recovering from what APD describes as gunshot wounds to their lower extremities. Officer Eric Martinez suffered wounds from shrapnel.
Morales is the only officer still in the hospital.
Bernalillo County Sheriff's deputy Robin Hopkins remains in the intensive care unit with a gunshot to the leg.
Christopher Chase is the man police say shot all four officers on a shooting spree Saturday morning that spanned miles across Albuquerque.
The chase started just south of Broadway and Coal and it ended with the suspect dead at a gas station on 4th and Montano. 35-year-old Christopher Chase crashed the stolen APD cruiser he was driving at that gas station, where police then open fire.
APD is still investigating why he did it.
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