Police in Massachusetts have shot a man they say led them on a low-speed car chase before putting his vehicle in reverse and backing toward officers.
A spokesman for Springfield police say the suspect refused to pull over for a routine traffic stop at about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday.
The chase ended when the driver struck a parked vehicle, a porch and fence.
Two officers got out of their cruiser and were approaching the vehicle when it backed up.
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Department spokesman Ryan Walsh says "Fearing for their own safety, one officer fired their service pistol, striking the driver in the arm."
The driver was taken to a hospital with injuries not considered life-threatening.
No names were released.
The shooting is under investigation.