2 Texas officers injured in crash while pursuing road rage suspect
Police said there was "some type of accident" that involved the officers crashing their patrol car into a brick wall and the suspect's car was disabled as well
FORT WORTH, Texas — Two Texas police officers have been taken to the hospital with serious injuries after crashing during a vehicle pursuit of a person involved in a road rage incident.
Fort Worth Police spokesman Officer Brad Perez told The Fort Worth Star-Telegram Sunday that the officers were responding to a call around 3 p.m. for a road rage incident during which a suspect allegedly displayed a gun at another vehicle.
Perez says there was "some type of accident" that involved the officers crashing their patrol car into a brick wall at a Wells Fargo Bank and the suspect's car being disabled as well. Perez said the suspect took off on foot after the accident. The suspect, who was not identified, was in custody as of 4:30 p.m.
2 officers injured during pursuit of roadrage actor who pointed gun at other vehicle. Officers in route to hospitals. Condition unknown. pic.twitter.com/up6s1BMabp— Fort Worth Police (@fortworthpd) September 24, 2017
Both officers involved in the pursuit of the road rage suspect are Alert and Concousus. Thanks everyone for your encouraging thoughts. pic.twitter.com/Vs3nqODecy— Fort Worth Police (@fortworthpd) September 24, 2017