A man commits suicide, shoots himself in the head during a live Fox News national television coverage following a high-speed chase, now the man has been identified.
The helicopter taping from FOX's Phoenix affiliate new station of a man, who shot himself in the head, during a live news coverage has been making its rounds.
The person, who has been identified as Jordon F. Romero, 33, is believed to have reportedly carjacked someone at gunpoint and allegedly shot at police officers during a high-speed chase that was approximately an hour-long and ended 80 miles off the California border.
In the video footage, Jordon F. Romero, appeared to have been stumbling, confused and running from something.
According to authorities, Romero had a long criminal history and was already wanted for violating his parole for a weapons conviction and had numerous other violent crimes.
Since the airing, which is automatically suppose to be delayed between five and ten seconds, Fox News anchor Shepard Smith, who was telling the camera to get off the scene, has been really apologetic and explained to viewers that the video was suppose to have been on a delay.