Driver Arrested after Chase Ended in Crash with Uninvolved Car on Sherman Way

CANOGA PARK, CA (July 29, 2022) – Tuesday evening, authorities arrested a driver after a pursuit crash on Sherman Way.

The incident began around 10:20 p.m., on July 5th, in the area of Canoga Park.

According to reports, officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a vehicle. However, the driver faked pulling over before speeding off, causing the police to give chase.

The pursuit ended shortly after when the suspect collided with an uninvolved vehicle on Sherman Way and Alabama Avenue. Both vehicles sustained significant damage, and at least one person suffered unspecified injuries as a result of the collision. Police were able to detain and arrest the suspect after the crash.

Officials closed down the areas of the road surrounding the crash for a brief time, to perform cleanup and preliminary duties. At this time, Canoga Park Police are still investigating the crash and will provide updates as they become available.

Operating a vehicle is a responsibility that should not be taken lightly. Maintain focus on the road, and avoid distractions. By practicing safe driving habits, you can help keep yourself and others around you safe and avoid accidents like the collision on Sherman way.


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