A low-speed police chase ended with an officer-involved shooting in Bothell on Friday afternoon.

Edmonds police said they received a call around 1:30 p.m. from a woman who said her 68-year-old husband was suicidal and possibly armed.

Police spotted the man's vehicle and tried to stop him. A low-speed chase ended shortly after the man's truck crossed over spike strips placed on the road by police.

The driver was shot after the truck stopped on 96th Ave. NE near the Wayne Golf Course. He was treated at the scene and transported to Harborview Medical Center, according to Cmdr. Don Duncan of the Montlake Terrace Police Dept.

Aerial footage showed a gray pick-up truck with what appeared to be bullet holes in its windshield. Refuse scattered near the truck appeared to be discarded medical supplies. A person on the ground told KING 5 that he counted 7 bullet holes in the truck's windshield.

No information was available on the man's condition. He is an Edmonds resident.

Reporting by KING 5's Allen Schauffler.

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