2 Mass. officers injured in chase

By Jillian Jorgensen and Michael Naughton
The Boston Globe

QUINCY, Mass. — A police chase that started in Quincy ended with a crash on Interstate 93 in Boston during rush hour yesterday, injuring two police officers and the suspect, and backing up traffic for miles.

Quincy police initially tried to stop the male suspect, whom they would not identify, near Dorchester and East Squantum streets at about 6 p.m. when he fled, officials said. It was not immediately clear why the man was being stopped.

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