TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- Police said a chase ended with a crash in north Tulsa Sunday.
- The suspect vehicle hit a car near Haskell Street and Harvard Avenue.
- Officials confirm a child was ejected from the victim's vehicle. He was originally thought to have a head injury, but officials now say he lost three teeth, suffered bruised lungs and road rash.
- A suspect was taken into custody. The child was taken to a hospital.
Tulsa police said a child was ejected from a vehicle after a pursuit suspect crashed into it Sunday afternoon.
The incident happened near Haskell Street and Harvard Avenue.
Officials said they first received a call from a woman who said she spotted her stolen car and followed it.
According to police, the suspect ran a stop sign on Harvard and crashed into a SUV. A man and woman were in the front seat of the SUV. A 6-year-old child was ejected, lost three teeth, suffered road rash and bruised lungs.
Doctors now do not believe the child suffered a head injury.
The suspect, Alexa Torres, was arrested at the scene.
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