Indianapolis police on Sunday shot a person after an exchange of gunfire between officers and a suspect, according to officials.
Shortly after 4 p.m., Indianapolis Metropolitan Police officers attempted to stop someone near 38th street and Fall Creek Road after an investigation from earlier in the day, said Lt. Shane Foley. Details about the investigation were not immediately given.
The driver did not stop and a vehicle pursuit ensued. The chase ended in a crash at Binford and Kessler boulevards.
Two people from the vehicle ran after the crash and police chased them.
At some point, Foley said, shots were exchanged between at least one of the suspects and multiple officers, striking at least one of the suspects. The injured person was taken to a hospital and their condition was not immediately given Sunday. No officers were injured.
The other individual reported having chest pain, and was also taken to a hospital.
Foley said investigators recovered two firearms from the scene. Their role in the shooting is still being determined.
Police have closed southbound Binford Boulevard north of Kessler Boulevard, which is closed in both directions. Drivers are asked to avoid the area.
This article will update as more information becomes available.
This article originally appeared on Indianapolis Star: Indianapolis crime: Police involved in shooting on city's northeast side