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Suspect in critical condition after CHP in standoff on I-80 in Solano County

Two lanes of traffic on eastbound Interstate 80 at Green Valley Road in Solano County reopened Friday evening after California Highway Patrol deputies were involved in a standoff with a suspect. The westbound lanes reopened around 6:45 p.m. The CHP pursued the suspect’s vehicle on the highway until it stopped in the slow lane on the east side of I-80 near Fairfield . The confrontation appears to have ended shortly after 6:30 p.m. According to CHP Solano, the suspect suffered a gunshot wound. He was transported to an area hospital and as of 11 p.m. Friday, he is in critical condition. Watch our evening newscasts live here. At 3:45 p.m., the vehicle was stopped on Green Valley Road near the Interstate 680 connector. Traffic was blocked on both sides of I-80. CHP officers surrounded the vehicle. According to NBC Bay Area, the chase began around 2 p.m. in Rohnert Park in Sonoma County. Around 11 a.m., a woman reported someone shot at her vehicle on southbound Highway 101 near Windsor, according to NBC Bay Area. She was not touched. The suspect in this pursuit matches the description, including license plate, that the woman shared with police. Officers deployed spike strips throughout the chase, and the driver crossed one on Interstate 80 just west of Cordelia Junction, according to NBC Bay Area. The incident blocked traffic for hours. The Rocklin Unified School District said 259 students and six adult chaperones were stranded for hours due to traffic. The group was on a Senior Day excursion to Six Flags Discover Kingdom in Vallejo. But when the park closed at 6 p.m., the buses were still stuck. The group was in the parking lot without access to food or water. The district said buses finally arrived around 7:45 p.m. to pick up students. View KCRA Traffic Map 3. This is a developing story. Stay with KCRA 3 for the latest news. See more coverage of California’s top stories here | Download our app.

Two lanes of traffic on eastbound Interstate 80 at Green Valley Road in Solano County reopened Friday evening after California Highway Patrol deputies were involved in a standoff with a suspect.

The westbound lanes reopened around 6:45 p.m.

CHP pursued the suspect’s vehicle on the highway until it stopped in the slow lane on the east side of I-80 near Fairfield. The confrontation appears to have ended shortly after 6:30 p.m.

According to CHP Solano, the suspect suffered a gunshot wound. He was transported to an area hospital and as of 11 p.m. Friday, he is in critical condition.

Around 3:45 p.m., the vehicle was stopped at Green Valley Road near the Interstate 680 connector. Traffic was blocked on both sides of I-80.

CHP officers surrounded the vehicle.

According to NBC Bay Area, the pursuit began around 2 p.m. in Rohnert Park in Sonoma County.

Around 11 a.m., a woman reported someone shot at her vehicle on southbound Highway 101 near Windsor, according to NBC Bay Area. She was not touched. The suspect in this pursuit matches the description, including license plate, that the woman shared with police.

Officers deployed spike strips throughout the chase and the driver crossed one on Interstate 80 just west of Cordelia Junction, according to NBC Bay Area.

The incident blocked traffic for hours.

The Rocklin Unified School District said 259 students and six adult chaperones were stranded for hours due to traffic. The group was on a Senior Day excursion to Six Flags Discover Kingdom in Vallejo. But when the park closed at 6 p.m., the buses were still stuck. The group was in the parking lot without access to food or water. The district said buses finally arrived around 7:45 p.m. to pick up students.

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This is a developing story. Stay with KCRA 3 for the latest news.

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