Cromwell – Motorists Hospitalized In Police Chase
Two motorists were hospitalized in Cromwell Tuesday morning.
Just before 10:00 a.m., police officers started pursuing a suspect reportedly fleeing a probation check. 36-year-old Samual Moore left his residence, got into a car, and tried to escape apprehension. He crashed into another vehicle with two occupants at the intersection of Evergreen Road and Route 3. Moore then ran away on foot but was eventually apprehended a short time later. EMS crews transported the two motorists to the hospital for evaluation and treatment. Officials have yet to disclose their current status. We will update this story as more info is released.
It’s not uncommon for negligent behavior to result in people getting hurt or even killed. Because of this, apprehending reckless individuals is always a priority. They have to be made liable for their actions, both by the state and, under appropriate circumstances, by people they have injured.
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