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The video shows the last few moments before Austin's serial suspicion kills itself



A recent video released by Texas officials showed the last few moments before the suspect died in the deadly bomb blasts in Austin, Texas, in March.

The video was revealed in a meeting with commissioners of the Texas Department of Public Safety, KVUE reported. The station reported that it was the first time that the video was broadcast publicly.

It showed aerial photographs of a Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter. SWAT officers from the Austin Police Department follow Mark Anthony Conditt as he drove a car on Interstate 35 on March 21

st. The vehicle tracking ended when two vans approached and stopped the 23-year-old's vehicle. Officers were thrown over to the Conditt car before an explosion.

"I have an explosion! I got an explosion inside the vehicle," an officer was heard.

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Authorities said the officers near the vehicle explosion were not seriously injured. Conditt Was Killed in the Explosion

Conditt was charged with killing two people in a series of explosions that started on March 2 and terrified the city of Austin. Anthony Stephan House, 39, was killed when a package he discovered on his veranda in northeastern Austin exploded

  Mark Anthony Conditt

This undated photo from Facebook and the 2010 Student ID photo published by Austin Community College shows Mark Anthony Conditt.

(Facebook / Austin Community College)

Ten days later, a second "veranda bombing" occurred, killing 17-year-old Draylen Mason and injuring her teenage mother. A third bomb went off on March 12, injuring Esperanza Herrera, 75. After this incident, police said all three bombings were connected.

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On March 18, two men were injured by a bomb triggered by a sophisticated fishing line tripwire. Two days later, a package exploded in a FedEx sorting plant outside of San Antonio.

Conditt made a 25-minute "confession" of his crimes before firing a bomb in his vehicle. The recording was made on a telephone found after the confrontation in the possession of the suspect.

Fox News Travis Fedschun and Elizabeth Zwirz contributed to the report.

Kathleen Joyce is a breaking / trending news producer for FoxNews.com. You can follow her on @ Kathleen_Joyce8 on Twitter.


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