COSHOCTON -- A man shot by a Coshocton County sheriff's deputy late Tuesday night died the next day at a Columbus hospital and the deputy who shot him has been placed on administrative leave while authorities investigate the shooting that took place on U.S. 36.

The victim, whose identity had not been released as of press time today, died at Grant Medical Center after being transferred to the Columbus hospital from Coshocton Memorial Hospital.

The shooting occurred just minutes after a pursuit involving three sheriff's deputies and the victim that followed a pursuit involving the same man and a New Concord police officer a short time earlier.

A Coshocton County sheriff's deputy was injured when the pursuit ended in a crash on U.S. 36. The deputy was treated at Coshocton Memorial Hospital and later released.

Authorities also declined to release the identities of the deputies involved.

According to reports, the victim was reportedly seen driving recklessly in the New Concord area before 10 p.m. and a village police officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop. The male fled the village on Route 83 and the police officer terminated the pursuit a short time later but notified Coshocton County authorities that the male was last seen traveling toward the Coshocton area.

The deputies reportedly located the truck driven by the man and the second pursuit began when he failed to stop for the deputies.

The pursuit ended after approximately a mile when the man crashed his truck on U.S. 36 near County Road 509.

Witnesses reported hearing multiple gunshots at the scene. The number of shots fired by a deputy or deputies has not been released.

Coshocton County Sheriff Tim Rogers reportedly declined to say if the male was armed.

The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation is handling the investigation.