Flint police car crash leaves two innocents dead
from MLIVE . COM NEWS:
July 30, 2014. A crash involving a Michigan State Police cruiser on Flint’s north side left four people in critical condition and injured an officer earlier this month.
While troopers receive specific pursuit training and use the department’s policy when making the decision to initiate a pursuit, they should be using both sirens and lights during a pursuit, and this cruiser apparently was not in line with MSP directives.
The cruiser was involved in a short chase on North Street, starting at Stewart Avenue, around 4:30 p.m.
The officer attempted to follow the suspect through the intersection of North and Pierson, when the cruiser collided with a Chevy HHR station wagon, according to MLIVE.
There were three passengers in the Chevy. All were taken to Hurley Medical Center and listed in critical condition, state police said.
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