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Police pursuit in Batavia ends in accident

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Photo submitted by FOX19 viewer Jerry Kearney. Photo submitted by FOX19 viewer Jerry Kearney.
Photo submitted by FOX19 viewer Jerry Kearney. Photo submitted by FOX19 viewer Jerry Kearney.
BATAVIA, OH (FOX19) -

A police pursuit ended as an accident in Batavia on Tuesday evening.

Authorities say the chase began when the suspect allegedly stole a car from Hilltop Quickstop, located on Old State Route 32 in Williamsburg. It happened around 5:30 p.m.

The pursuit ended in a crash front of the Timber Glen Apartments in Batavia, located on Old State Route 74.

According to officials, suspect was taken to Mercy Anderson Hospital with injuries.

No word yet on his condition.

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