2 infants found in car that wrecked during chase from Holly Springs to Cary, police say
CARY, N.C. (WNCN) — Two infants are being checked by medical workers after a police chase that ended with a crash in Cary on Friday night, according to officials.
A Cary spokeswoman said a shots fired call in the Holly Springs area led to a chase that went into the town of Cary on Tryon Road.
Around 8:30 p.m., the suspect vehicle crashed near Southeast Cary Parkway.
The male driver was taken into custody at the scene, but the male passenger ran.
Police later found him and took him into custody as well.
Two infants in the back seat of the vehicle that crashed were being checked by EMS but appeared to be fine, officials said.
The two men have not been charged yet by Cary police.
We are working with Holly Springs police to find out more on how the chase started.
Cary Police have received a few reports of cars on Tryon Road with damage from gunshots and are investigating any links.
It is not clear the relationship of the infants to the driver or passenger.
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