Six injured in Raleigh wreck after stolen car sped away following police stop, RPD says

Four adults and two juveniles suffered non-life-threatening injures in a crash that began after Raleigh police initially chased the driver of a stolen vehicle just before noon Sunday.

Raleigh police said officers pulled over a vehicle in the 3300 block of Six Forks Road that had been stolen and involved in an earlier robbery. The vehicle pulled over but then took off. Officers initially pursued the vehicle before ending their chase.

The vehicle continued at a high rate of speed on Atlantic Avenue until it struck another vehicle on Wake Forest Road near Capital Boulevard, police said. Two more vehicles were also struck in the collision.

Police said they found six injured at the crash scene. Two juveniles, two men and two women were taken to the hospital with apparent non-life threatening injuries, police said.

Police took into custody the driver of the stolen vehicle, an adult woman. They are continuing to investigate.