Police officer has ankle broken in Dudley pursuit
A police officer suffered a broken ankle and two more injured when a car they had been pursuing reversed into them.
West Midlands Police said officers spotted a grey Audi being driven "erratically" in Dudley during the early hours.
The car driver went through a red light and refused to stop for officers, the force said.
An armed response unit managed to stop the car in Cradley Road.
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When an officer approached the car, it was allegedly reversed into the PC, causing him to suffer a broken ankle.
Two colleagues were also hurt when the Audi rammed their vehicles, West Midlands Police said.
A 22-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving, dangerous driving, wounding and car theft, while the passenger in the car, a 29-year-old woman, was also arrested on suspicion of taking a vehicle without authority. They are in police custody.
Ch Insp Jack Hadley said on Twitter the officers also suffered whiplash.