NEWBURGH, N.Y. — Several people were injured when a police pursuit ended in a crash in upstate New York Thursday.
Police attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a Chevy Tahoe along Interstate-87 near the Newburgh exit shortly before 11 a.m., state police said.
According to authorities, the vehicle was involved in a felony investigation.
The vehicle failed to comply and continued driving until it struck another Chevy Tahoe head-on and two other passenger vehicles on State Route 17K in Newburgh, according to police.
Four people in the pursued vehicle were injured and taken to area hospitals. Three sustained non-life-threatening injuries. A fourth was airlifted with serious injuries, police said.