(CBS DETROIT) – A hostage situation on the city’s west side ended this morning following a 30-hour standoff.

Detroit police say 38-year-old Thomas Curry remained in his home on the 15000 block of Illiad Street, then shot and killed himself when officers finally approached.

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The confrontation began early Tuesday morning when he failed to obey a command from police to pull over during a traffic stop. Instead of stopping, he drove to where he lived and held two hostages.

One of them was later released, the other escaped.

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Curry was wanted in connection with a triple homicide earlier this year.

Officials believe he was intoxicated during the standoff.

The shooting is under investigation.

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