TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) - Two people were hit by a car on Saturday afternoon, including a police officer, as a man attempted to flee police after striking a different pedestrian.
During the incident the man was shot by police.
At a press conference on Saturday night, Toledo Police Chief George Kral named 53-year-old Jeffrey Taylor as the suspect.
Chief Kral says Taylor was shot several times by police and is in critical condition.
He will be charged with 3 counts of felonious assault as well as traffic violations.
According to Chief Kral, the officer hit by Mr. Taylor's car, as well as the two pedestrians, are all "going to be okay".
The pedestrians that were hit are Shawuaghn L. Hughes and John Burchell.
The name of the officer is not being released.
Earlier, TPD released the following information.
At 4:57, Toledo 911 received a call from a citizen that a young woman was struck by a car at Detroit and Prospect.
Shortly after the call came in, a Toledo Police unit observed a suspect vehicle on Prospect and attempted to stop it. The suspect vehicle refused to stop, according to officials, and the pursuit ended.
AT 5:05, TPD units say that the suspect vehicle struck a male at Oakland and Ferris.
Right after striking the man, the car stopped, authorities say.
Two TPD officers got out of their car to order the suspect out of his car... when the suspect sped towards the officers, pinning one against his police car.
Both officers then fired in self defense, striking the suspect several times.
Watch Chief Kral's press conference
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