2 Juveniles Start Chase that Ends in Collision on Childs Avenue
MERCED, CA (December 20, 2021) – Two 15-year-old teens led police in pursuit on Childs Avenue, early Sunday morning.
According to reports, the incident started around 2:30 a.m., in the area of East Childs Avenue and Campus Parkway.
Furthermore, investigators say the Merced Police Department attempted to pull over a red Toyota that failed to stop at a red light. However, the driver of the Toyota failed to yield and led officers on a short pursuit.
Eventually, the chase ended when the car collided with a center median. There, officers located the two 15-year-old occupants inside the vehicle.
Merced Police stated that both teens did not sustain injuries. So far, no further information about the wreck has been released.
Merced police are conducting active investigation of the crash on Childs Avenue, once available more information will be released.
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