NEW YORK – Police have been looking for the suspect concerned in a wild chase and taking pictures on the FDR Drive in Manhattan.
The foremost thoroughfare was reopened in time for the Friday morning rush hour.
Police tried to tug over a car close to 96th Road and Second Avenue simply earlier than 9 p.m. Thursday.
The motive force rammed the police automotive after which fled onto the FDR Drive.
At about 15th Road, police stopped the car and have been approaching it when the motive force reversed and struck an officer.
Police fired pictures as the motive force took off. The car was later discovered deserted close to Houston Road.
The officer was handled at a hospital for minor accidents.