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Police Chase Of Stolen Car Ends in Indianapolis Auto Accident

Mar 16, 2011 | Auto Accident

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March 17, 2011

An Indianapolis auto accident occurred after police started a chase with a stolen car, reports 6News.

An Indianapolis park ranger found a stolen vehicle after checking the plates of vehicles in Holiday Park. The park ranger tried to pull over the stolen vehicle when the car took off. After a small chase, the car was involved in an Indianapolis auto accident.

Three people were in the car at the time of the Indianapolis auto accident. The driver and the front-seat passenger received Indianapolis auto accident injuries and were taken to a local hospital. The back-seat passenger was not injured in the Indianapolis auto accident.

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Do you think police should chase suspects of non-violent crimes and risk Indianapolis auto accidents? Do you think the police could be held responsible for the Indianapolis auto accident, or should all responsibility be put on the driver?

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