Enfield, NY – Four-Mile Pursuit Ends in Crash and Injuries in One
Enfield, NY (October 6, 2018) – State Police are still searching for a driver who fled authorities when they attempted to pull him over. The accident happened in Enfield on Tuesday, October 2 around 6:30 p.m.
Before police attempted the traffic stop, the driver struck another vehicle. They then went on a four-mile pursuit during which the driver struck their second vehicle. The driver then got out of his vehicle and ran into the woods.
There was a passenger in the suspect’s van who was arrested and charged with several various aspects. The driver of the vehicle has not yet been found.
Police say that the driver of the vehicle that was struck during the pursuit received injuries and was taken to the Cayuga Medical Center for treatment.
The investigation continues at this time.
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