When Joram saw Jehu, he asked, "Is everything alright, Jehu?" Jehu answered, "How can everything be alright as long as your mother continues her idolatry and witchcraft?"
As Joram turned his chariot around and tried to flee, he said to Ahaziah, "It's a trap, Ahaziah!"
But Jehu took his bow and shot Joram between the shoulders. The arrow came out of his chest, and he slumped over in his chariot.
Then Jehu said to his attendant Bidkar, "Take him away, and throw him into the field that belonged to Naboth from Jezreel. Remember when you and I were driving our chariots behind his father Ahab? The LORD revealed this prophecy about him:
'Just as I saw the blood of Naboth and his sons yesterday, I will pay you back in this field,' declares the LORD. Now take him and throw him into the field as the LORD predicted."
When King Ahaziah of Judah saw this, he fled on the road leading to Beth Haggan. Jehu pursued him and ordered, "Shoot him down in his chariot." They shot him at Gur Pass, which is near Ibleam. Ahaziah continued to flee until he got to Megiddo, where he died.
His servants brought him in a chariot to Jerusalem. They buried him in a tomb with his ancestors in the City of David.
(Ahaziah had become king of Judah in the eleventh year that Joram, Ahab's son, was king of Israel.)
When Jehu arrived in Jezreel, Jezebel heard about it. She put on eye shadow, fixed her hair, and looked out of a second-story window.
When Jehu entered the gateway, she asked, "Is everything alright, Zimri, murderer of your master?"
Looking up at the window, he asked, "Is anyone on my side? Anyone?" Then two or three eunuchs looked out at him.