POLICE: Fatal Pursuit Crash Claims Life of Teenage Driver | Sacramento

POLICE: Fatal Pursuit Crash Claims Life of Teenage Driver | Sacramento cover


“On Friday, July 15, 2022, at approximately 8:48 p.m., officers from the Sacramento Police Department attempted to conduct a traffic enforcement stop on a vehicle in the area of 65th Street and 14th Avenue, after observing a vehicle code violation. Officers initiated a vehicle pursuit. The pursuit lasted for approximately 3 minutes before being canceled at approximately 8:51 p.m., at which point all Sacrament Police units ceased their pursuit of the vehicle.

“The suspect vehicle from the pursuit was later involved in a collision after being pursued by an outside agency.

“The collision occurred in the jurisdiction of The Sacramento Police Department. As such, the collision is being investigated by Sacramento Police Department Major Collision Investigations Unit Detectives.”

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that the teenage driver died at the scene, and the teenage passenger was transported to the hospital via paramedic ambulance, awake and talking.

A video statement from the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office has been acquired and will be posted later today (Saturday).

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