Stolen Kia Crash in Northeast Minneapolis: Narrowly Avoiding Injuries
Late Saturday in northeast Minneapolis, a stolen Kia crash down the wrong side of Lowry Avenue colliding with at least two vehicles including a Minneapolis police squad car. Miraculously, no injuries were reported but the stolen SUV left a trail of damaged vehicles and chaos.
Incident Details Unfold
Around 10:30 p.m., the stolen Kia driven east on the wrong side of Lowry Avenue collided with a Minneapolis police squad car creating a dangerous situation in the heart of the city. The high-speed pursuit ended with the stolen vehicle crashing into a street sign and an Audi leaving behind a scene of wreckage.
Up to three individuals reportedly fled the stolen Kia crash with speculations that they might have escaped the scene in a black Toyota Prius. The Minneapolis Police Department is actively investigating the incident working to apprehend those responsible for the reckless driving and stolen vehicle.
As of now no arrests have been made in connection with the incident. The community remains on edge as authorities continue their efforts to piece together the events leading up to the stolen Kia crashing in northeast Minneapolis leaving residents concerned about public safety.
Community Reacts and Ongoing Investigation
Residents in the vicinity expressed their shock and concern over the brazen incident emphasizing the need for increased vigilance and safety measures. The Minneapolis Police Department reassures the community that the incident is under thorough investigation and they are actively pursuing leads to identify and apprehend the individuals involved.
The stolen Kia crashed escapade narrowly avoiding injuries underscores the potential dangers associated with stolen vehicles and high-speed pursuits. Authorities are urging anyone with information about the incident or the whereabouts of the suspects to come forward emphasizing the importance of community cooperation in maintaining public safety.