BEDFORD-STUYVESANT — A man led police on a car chase through north Brooklyn Tuesday, striking a 71-year-old woman and ramming several parked cars, including a police vehicle, officials said.
Police witnessed a strong-arm robbery at an urgent care center on Graham Avenue near Ainslie Street Williamsburg around 6:20 p.m., and when they moved in to arrest the suspect, he fled in a tan Dodge van with Florida plates, police said.
Police had no further details on the robbery.
As the pursuit moved to Bedford-Stuyvesant, the driver jumped a curb, hitting a 71-year-old woman on Myrtle Avenue near Tompkins Avenue, according to police and reports.
The victim suffered a broken leg and was taken to Brooklyn Hospital Center, police said.
The suspected robber also hit several parked cars before crashing into a marked police vehicle, an NYPD spokeswoman said.
Two additional victims were taken to Methodist Hospital with minor back and neck injuries, according to police. The driver then fled on foot.
No arrests had been made as of Wednesday afternoon, police said.
Editor's Note: A previous version of this story, based on information from police, stated the robbery occurred at at Maujer Street and Union Avenue. The location has been changed based on new details provided by police.