WILLIAMSBURG, Ky. - A Central Florida man was injured in a police chase in Kentucky that ended in a shootout and crash, authorities said.
Kentucky State Police told news outlets that a trooper and Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife official tried to pull over Earl Reynolds III, 28, of Apopka, on Tuesday afternoon, leading to a chase that looped on interstates into Corbin and Williamsburg.
A Williamsburg officer used a tire deflation device on Reynolds' Dodge Charger, at which point police said Reynolds fired shots at a Williamsburg police cruiser. The officer whose vehicle was struck fired back at Reynolds, hitting him in the neck, officials said.
Reynolds' car then ran into a ditch.
Reynolds was hospitalized with injuries thought to be non-life-threatening.
No officers were injured.
Police said Reynolds' car was stolen in Florida.
It's not yet known what charges he faces.
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