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Deputies: Federal Fugitive Shoots Self at Eureka Motel

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Eureka County deputies a federal fugitive out of Washington state shot himself inside an Eureka motel room on Tuesday.

The Eureka County Sheriff's Office says around 10am Tuesday they got a call from the FBI stating that a federal fugitive out of Washington state, 33-year-old Daniel Camp, was within Eureka's county limits.

Deputies say they found a car matching Camp's description - and learned he had a room at the Ruby Hill Motel in Eureka.

When they reached that room, they say Camp immediately shot himself - and never had a chance to even talk to him. He was transported to Renown Regional Medical Center where there's no current word on his condition.

The FBI is heading the investigation.

There's no immediate word on what Camp was wanted for.

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