Pinal County high-speed chase ends at Oro Valley Hospital

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Updated: Nov. 11, 2020 at 8:44 PM MST
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ORO VALLEY, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - A high-speed chase that originated in Pinal County came to end in Oro Valley on Wednesday, Nov. 11.

According to information from a scanner, the chase came down south on Oracle Road from the Golder Ranch area.

The suspect vehicle pulled into Oro Valley Hospital off Tangerine Road, west of Oracle. The vehicle made a stop in front of the emergency room entrance.

Authorities with the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office say the incident began as a possible self-inflicted gunshot wound in Mammoth.

PCSO said staff with the American Medical Response reached out to them and the Arizona Department of Public Safety to look after the vehicle after it took off from AMR while responding to the service call.

DPS says the incident had been previously described as a speeding vehicle with its flashers on until it was determined to be a medical emergency.

PCSO conducted a welfare check at the originating address of the vehicle and found no other victims. Detectives say they found enough evidence to corroborate the story.

PCSO says they will not be filing any criminal charges.

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