Six injured as Dallas police chase ends in crash

Rebecca Lopez reports.

DALLAS -- Six people were injured after a short police chase in Southern Dallas ended in a multi-vehicle crash.

At about 11:32 a.m. Tuesday, Dallas police were chasing three suspects in a vehicle who were believed to be involved in an earlier carjacking.

The suspects' vehicle crashed into two vans, one being a DART para-transit vehicle, at the intersection of Ann Arbor and South Marsalis Avenue. 

One person was reportedly trapped and had to be extricated by Dallas Fire-Rescue crews.

Six people total were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, including some of the suspects.

Three are in police custody and have been identified as Ladarrion Wallace, 19, Troy Crumpton, 18, and Korenon Jones, 18. A fourth person of interest was released from the hospital and won't face charges.

Their charges include aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, evading in vehicle - serious bodily injury, felony theft, evading on foot, and multiple felony warrants.

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