Four people were taken to area hospitals after the chase ended with a crash.
CORRY — At least two Pennsylvania State Police troopers were injured early Saturday morning when a suspect’s vehicle crashed into their patrol car during a pursuit in Corry.
The pursuit started around 3 a.m., shortly after Corry police were sent to a house in the 400 block of E. Washington Ave. on a call of a suspicious person in the house, Erie County dispatchers said.
The suspects escaped by vehicle and state police became involved in the pursuit, dispatchers said. The chase ended a short time later at the intersection of North and West Smith streets when the suspect’s vehicle crashed into the patrol car, according to a Pennsylvania State Police Troop E social media post.
Three people were flown by medical helicopter to UPMC Hamot and another was taken by ambulance to LECOM Health Corry Memorial Hospital, dispatchers said. A subsequent post by state police said a trooper had suffered moderate injuries and was in stable condition.
State police had no other information available Saturday morning.