DONNA, Texas (ValleyCentral) — Hidalgo County Sheriff Eddie Guerra in a press conference Wednesday afternoon revealed additional details in a deputy-involved shooting in rural Donna Tuesday night.

The sheriff stated at around 11:02 p.m. deputies responded to multiple calls at the 200 block of Moonstone Drive just outside of Donna.

Sheriff Guerra said the first sheriff’s unit arrived at 11:07 p.m. and the victim told deputies her husband, identified as 53-year-old Enrique Martinez, came at her with a machete and a knife.

According to the wife, the husband threatened to kill her. She said she ran to a neighbor’s house when Martinez began chasing her in his truck.

When she got to the neighbor’s house asking for help, Martinez pinned her to the door with his truck.

She fell inside the house and ran out the back door. She fled into a nearby field, said the sheriff.

Witnesses saw Martinez drive onto the property to strike his wife and deputies began to discharge their weapons.

Martinez was struck multiple times and deputies started lifesaving methods. He was taken to an area hospital where he died from the gunshot wounds.

One deputy was hurt in the incident and was treated and released. Both deputies were placed on administrative leave.

The investigation is ongoing, said the sheriff.