Fountain cop injured in El Paso County chase
EL PASO COUNTY, Colorado — A Fountain police officer was injured Thursday night after a high-speed car chase in El Paso County, the Colorado State Patrol confirmed to Denver7.
Details are limited at this time, but CSP says the hunt began at Fountain. The suspect driver was seen heading south in the northbound lanes.
Fountain Police Department commander Mark Cristiani told our sister station KOAA in Colorado Springs that one of their officers was injured and was being flown to a nearby hospital. He said he will not release any information about the officer until her family is notified.
The Fountain Police Department and El Paso County Sheriff’s Office are handling the incident, CSP said.
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