YORK, Neb. -- Gun shots early in the morning in York County...the gunman is wounded...a sheriff's deputy is alright. It began early Sunday morning when a man with a gun tried getting away from deputies. The chase reached speeds of more than 100 miles per hour before the driver put the vehicle in a ditch. As the deputy pulled up, the armed man got out of the wreckage, walked toward the cruiser and fired at the deputy. York County Sheriff Dale Radcliff says the officer fired back, hitting the man in the leg and chest area. He was taken to Bryan West Campus in Lincoln. We do not know his condition. The Nebraska State Patrol is investigating. Sheriff Radcliff says it's the first shooting he's seen in his 30 years in the department.