Several Hurt in Police Chase on Fletcher DriveLOS ANGELES, CA (October 17, 2022) – Friday night, several victims were injured in a pursuit collision on Riverside Drive. The pursuit began around 7:52 p.m., when police attempted to stop the suspect. LAPD followed the red Chevrolet Silverado truck until it crashed into an unoccupied vehicle near the intersection of Fletcher and Riverside Drive. Investigators say the chase lasted about five minutes before it came to an end. In addition, the suspect tried to flee by foot but was later found by officers. Also, several people were injured in the incident. Ambulances were requested to transport the injured victims to a nearby hospital. Once available, further details will be provided about the pursuit collision on Riverside Drive. At this time, an active investigation to determine further details is still currently underway. A driver must stop and take certain actions when involved in an accident that results in property damage or injury to another party. If you ever get involved in an accident, call 911 and render aid to anyone who may be injured while waiting for the police to arrive. Remain at the scene. If able, exchange particulars with the other parties involved and document the crash.
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