INDIANAPOLIS - An attempted traffic stop turned into a pursuit Saturday night that left five people injured, including two IMPD officers.
IMPD dispatchers confirmed that two officers were injured after their cars collided while pursuing a suspect who fled from a traffic stop.
Additional officers pursued the fleeing vehicle until it struck a motorcycle near the intersection of Keystone Avenue and Raymond Street.
The driver of the motorcycle and a passenger who was sitting on the back were both taken from the scene by ambulance to Eskenazi Hospital.
The suspect was also taken to Eskenazi after being placed in handcuffs by police.
Both IMPD officers were taken to Methodist Hospital. At least one was reportedly in serious condition.
This is a developing story. Check back with RTV6 frequently for updates.
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