One person was flown to Shock Trauma.
State Police are continuing their investigation into a vehicle chase Thursday night which started in Carroll County and ended with a crash in Frederick County.
Authorities say the suspect is a 27-year-old man from Pennsylvania whose facing multiple criminal and traffic charges. His license has also been revoked. Authorities are withholding his identity because he has not been charged.
At around 7:30 PM, a Taneytown Police officer stopped a pickup truck on Route 194 and Crouse Mill Road for expired tags. As the cop approached, the driver sped away.
He entered Frederick County on Route 194 where State Troopers and Sheriff's Deputies tried to stop him. They were ordered to not to directly pursue the truck, and let the State Police Helicopter keep track of the vehicle.
Authorities say the driver tried to strike a deputy who was laying down stop sticks. At Route 550 and Clive Young Road, the motorist sideswiped a State Police cruiser from the Westminster Barrack. The driver swerved to avoid another trooper who was laying down stop sticks at near Libertytown.
Shortly after 8:00 PM, the suspect vehicle hit a passenger car on Route 26 at Old Annapolis Road. It then struck a tree and came to rest in a yard. The driver was flown to Shock Trauma in Baltimore. The two occupants of the other vehicle were taken to Frederick Memorial Hospital with minor injuries. No troopers or deputies were hurt during the pursuit.
State Police say the investigation is continuing through the overnight hours. Authorities will be consulting with the State's Attorney's Office regarding charges.