• March 02, 2017

6 Injured in Houston, TX, Police Chase Accident on MLK Boulevard

Houston, TX -- March 1, 2017, six people were injured due to an accident in which a police chase ended in a collision along Martin Luther King Boulevard.

The Houston Police Department reported that the incident occurred at around 9:00 p.m. It's unclear exactly when and where the chase began.

Police received a call that a man driving a white car shot at his girlfriend's car multiple times. She was not harmed. Authorities located the suspect's vehicle and began pursuit.

As the car traveled through the intersection of Martin Luther King Boulevard and South Acres Drive, it collided with a maroon pickup occupied by five people. The pickup overturned in the accident, and both vehicles ended up off-road.

Police apprehended the suspect, and he was taken to a nearby hospital with unspecified injuries. All five occupants of the pickup were taken to a hospital for injuries said to be non-critical.

Police say the suspect will be charged, but they did not say what charges will be filed. Their investigations are ongoing.

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