Police officer injured after automobile pursuit in Toronto

A police officer has non-life threatening accidents after a automobile pursuit in North York Friday morning.

At round 11:45 a.m., Toronto police responded to studies of an altercation on Baltray Crescent, close to Victoria Park Avenue and Freeway 401.

Police say 4 people had been apparently preventing exterior of a home and that one of many people might have had a gun.

When officers arrived on scene two of the 4 people fled in a black Vary Rover.

Whereas fleeing the scene the automobile hit an officer and rammed a police cruiser, police say.

The male officer was transported to hospital with non-life threatening accidents.

Police then chased after the 2 suspects, who they are saying at one level had been driving at 120 kms/hr. in a residential space.

Officers finally stopped chasing the suspects to forestall harm to the general public, police say.

Police are nonetheless in search of the 2 suspects. No description of them has been launched thus far. Nonetheless, the Vary Rover has intensive injury.

Police are nonetheless on Baltray Cres. investigating on the scene.