Police said the fire truck eventually drove over spike strips, causing the chase to end on I-35 in Jarrell.
The Department of Public Safety is investigating a deadly crash involving a Williamson County Sheriff's Office deputy in Jarrell.
17-year-old Sue Ann Huskey was found on September 25, 1989 on an east frontage road of I-35 near mile marker 277 in the Jarrell area.
COVID-19 tests at these locations are available for all Texans, whether they are Williamson County residents or not, says the county.
Several local fireworks shows are still being scheduled, but to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19 many daytime events are being scaled back or canceled.
The crash happened just before 2 a.m. at Mile Marker 271.
Garage doors were blown open, trailers were pushed off their jacks, and one trailer was blown completely over.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office is looking for a suspect they say following his victims from a bank in New Braunfels to a used car dealership in Jarrell where he broke into their car, stole their money and slashed their tire.
It’s not uncommon for authorities to receive complaints during dove season from residents.