Yakima Police Pursuit Ends in Two Accidents and Multiple Injuries; Authorities Warn to Steer Clear


On Sunday, officials apprehended three individuals after police were taken on a chase that culminated in multiple car collisions along Yakima’s 40th Avenue.

According to Yvette Inzunza of the Yakima Police Department, officers arrived at Sargent Hubbard Park at 1:52 p.m. after receiving reports of shots fired. According to reports, there were gunshots fired between two automobiles. Police attempted to halt the SUV in question, but the suspect escaped at 40th Ave and Summitview Ave.

Police say they lost sight of the automobile until it crashed near 40th Ave. and Richey Rd., where the suspect collided with another car. At this point, authorities were able to apprehend a suspect identified as a child. The minor sustained non-life-threatening injuries. The driver and the last passenger eluded authorities when they hit two more cars on 40th and Englewood Avenues.

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The driver and two other suspects abandoned their car and fled from the cops. SWAT, working alongside police, was able to apprehend the suspects. The driver of the SVU had non-life-threatening injuries.

Police state that collision victims in both accidents suffered non-life-threatening injuries, although their conditions are unknown at this time.

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The driver of the car faces charges of drive-by shooting, vehicular assault, and hit-and-run. Both suspect passengers are suspected of the drive-by shooting.

Police have closed 40th Ave. from Lincoln Ave. to Kern Rd. for 4-6 hours to conduct the investigation. Police ask that the people avoid the area.

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