A high-speed police chase in Buffalo, caused a school bus crash, leaving many injured!

Credit: WGRZ

An unidentified suspect was involved in a high-speed chase with Buffalo police, after cops were executing a warrant, according to WGRZ. WGRZ reports that the narcotics officers were at a home on Weiss Street with the warrant, when a car pulled up and then took off when police tried to stop it. In the process, the news channel says that a narcotics detective and an unmarked police vehicle were struck by the driver!

The vehicle then fled from the scene, leading police on a high-speed chase. WGRZ reports that the suspect hit a vehicle at the intersection of Bailey Ave and Seneca Street. The fleeing vehicle also hit a vehicle at Seneca Street and Orlando, injuring a woman, who suffered serious injuries. Then, according to WGRZ's report, the fleeing vehicle rolled over and hit a school bus near Seneca and Babcock. Police said that at least six students were on the bus and sustained varying, minor injuries. The suspect is in custody and hospitalized in critical condition!