An Associated Press reporter caught video of the Boston Marathon bombing suspect being taken away in an ambulance after he was captured on Friday.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, was reportedly clinging to life after he was surrounded and apprehended in a Watertown back yard. He was found by police bleeding and too weak to resist arrest in the bottom of a boat, according to ABC News.
A still frame taken from the video of Tsarnaev in an ambulance shows him bloodied and on his back, as an emergency worker tends to him. His current condition is unknown, and the FBI didn't immediately comment on his status.
The hunt for Tsarnaev ended after law enforcement descended on the home on a report of gunfire at 7 p.m. His brother and suspected accomplice, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was killed during a shootout in Watertown the previous night.