GREENFIELD, Ind. — One person is injured after a single car crash in Greenfield Tuesday morning.
Anderson Police were investigating a stolen car, which was sitting in the parking lot of a hotel in Anderson. When the cops walked up to the driver, he became “combative” and resisted police. The driver got inside the car and drove off. An Anderson police officer was hurt but should be okay.
Indiana State Police were informed that the car was found near Apple Street and Morristown Pike in Greenfield around 7 o’clock Tuesday morning. Officers with the Greenfield Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office arrived, and the suspect once again hit the gas, heading south on Morristown Pike.
“A short pursuit ensued from that moment,” says Sgt. John Perrine with Indiana State Police, “the pursuit ended here behind me, with a serious crash.”
The suspect had driven through a four-way stop but lost control of the car. He went off road, hit and broke a utility pole and slammed into some trees. He was pulled out of the car by the Greenfield Fire Department and taken to a hospital in Indianapolis in critical condition. No one else was injured in the crash.
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