A motorist was hospitalized after a high-speed chase ended in a three-vehicle collision in San Jacinto Wednesday evening.
According to the Hemet Police Department, 31-year-old Ivan Turner of Moreno Valley began to lead authorities on a high-speed chase after failing to yield when authorities attempted to question him regarding an altercation at a Hemet apartment complex. Mr. Turner then lost control of his vehicle at the intersection of Esplanade Avenue and Hewitt Street in San Jacinto and struck two other vehicles. Mr. Turner then fled the scene on foot.
One of the motorists involved in the crash with hospitalized with unspecified injuries. His identity has not been released.
Mr. Turner was quickly apprehended by authorities. He faces multiple charges including evading arrest and previous warrants for weapons violations and violations of release.
The nonprofit organization PursuitSAFETY states that a collision is the end result of about 40 percent of all vehicular police pursuits.
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