Officers deployed a helicopter to pursue the car, believed to have been stolen some days earlier, because it travelled alongside a dual-carriageway close to Rochdale, Greater Manchester, at round 9.35pm. The BMW is then understood to have smashed into two different automobiles in close by Middleton and, although three males fled the scene, they have been situated and arrested a short while later.
Two of the boys required hospital remedy for what police described as “minor injuries.” A 20-year-old man is now in custody having been arrested on suspicion of housebreaking, harmful driving and possession of a bladed article.
The different two males – aged 18 and 19 – have been arrested on suspicion of housebreaking. The occupants of the 2 different automobiles concerned in the collision – two males and a girl – have been additionally taken to hospital.
Their accidents are stated to be minor, Manchester Evening News stories.
A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Police stated as we speak: “Three men are in police custody after a stolen car crashed in Middleton. Officers spotted the suspect car – a BMW believed to have been stolen in Royton, Oldham on 7 April – near junction 19 of the M60 at about 9:35pm last night (10 April).
“A GMP patrol adopted the stolen automotive in the direction of Rochdale after which again in the direction of Middleton earlier than the pursuit was discontinued and picked up by the drive helicopter. The stolen car then collided with two automobiles on Townley Street, Middleton, at about 10:15pm.
“Three males fled the scene on foot but were arrested a short time later with two requiring hospital treatment for minor injuries. A 20-year-old male has been arrested on suspicion of burglary, dangerous driving and possession of a bladed article.
“The different two – aged 18 and 19 – have been arrested on suspicion of housebreaking. The occupants of the opposite two automobiles – two males and a girl – have been taken to hospital with minor accidents.”
A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service said: “Just after 10.30pm this night (Sunday 10 th April), two fireplace engines from Chadderton and Heywood fireplace station together with the Technical Response Unit from Ashton have been known as to stories of a highway site visitors collision involving three automobiles on Oldham Road, Middleton.
“Crews arrived quickly at scene. One person was rescued from one of the vehicles by the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service. Firefighters and colleagues from North West Ambulance Service treated eight people at the scene, before they were taken to hospital.
“Firefighters have been in attendance for round an hour and a half.”