SHOCKING newly released police footage shows officers pulling prison guard Vicky White from an overturned car after she shot herself in the head.
Cops said White, 56, pulled the trigger before she and her alleged lover Casey White were captured by officers in Evansville, Indiana, on May 9 – ending an 11-day manhunt.
As officers drew closer, Vicky appeared to say, “Airbags go off. Let’s go out and run,” according to 911 calls.
Police officers rammed their vehicle, causing it to overturn, and officials discussed how to extricate Vicky from the wreckage.
Officials discussed breaking the windshield as a possible option before ruling it out.
One officer asked if anyone had a “hooligan” – which appeared to be a reference to a halligan, a tool typically used by officers to force entry into a property.
A police officer is heard saying, “I’ll get the gun,” before pulling Vicky, who was unresponsive, out of the sunroof.
First responders then tried to help Vicky who was lying on the grass.
Vicky died hours later in the hospital and her body has since been returned to Alabama. news nation reported.
Footage showed Casey being escorted to the Lauderdale County Courthouse by a group of officers in bulletproof vests.
He was seen in yellow overalls as he was led to his charge with his hands tied.
Reporters at the scene asked Casey questions, including if he ever loved Vicky or if he had planned the escape. He was silent the whole time.
Cops revealed he wanted a shootout with the police, but those plans were foiled after her car was rammed.
Meanwhile, Vicky was facing up to 10 years behind bars for helping Casey.
Police hoped Vicky would survive her injuries, as Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton said she had “answers to provide.”
He said: “I had complete faith in Vicky White. She was an exemplary employee.
“And what on earth provoked or caused her to pull something like that, I don’t know. I don’t know if we’ll ever know.”
The vehicle the two were riding in is believed to have been stolen in Tennessee and driven nearly 175 miles to Evansville, investigators said.
CASH AND WEAPONS FOUND
Singleton announced that wigs, weapons including an AR-15 rifle, a 9mm pistol and $29,000 in cash had been found.
He claimed Casey White showed “no remorse” over Vicky’s death.
Alleged lovers Casey and Vicky escaped from the Lauderdale County, Alabama jail around 9:30 a.m. on April 29.
Vicky was caught on surveillance video holding the door open to a tied up white man.
A second-degree angle showed them getting into a marked squad car and driving away.
The sheriff’s cruiser seen in the surveillance video was found in the parking lot of a local mall.
Around 9 a.m. on the day of the prison break, Vicky told her colleagues that she was taking White, a murder suspect, to the county courthouse for a mental health evaluation.
She also told her colleagues that she felt ill and planned to see a doctor afterwards.
No one noticed the two were missing until around 3:30 p.m. that afternoon.
Police warned at the time that the two were considered dangerous and may be armed with an AR-15 rifle, handguns and a shotgun.
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https://www.the-sun.com/news/5313415/vicky-white-pulled-car-prison-guard-shooting/ Vicky White’s final moments have been revealed in video showing the guard being pulled from the car by cops after she shot herself