Fremont police chase from carjacking ends in crash, boy ejected from vehicle

Three suspects were arrested in Fremont on Sunday after a carjacking led to a crash that ejected a boy from one of the cars.

Officials said shortly after 5 p.m., the suspects accosted a woman in a store parking lot on Stevenson Boulevard near Blacow Road, and stole her car. The suspects fled before police arrived. After being located in the northern parts of the city, Fremont police initiated a pursuit that ended in a crash.

The suspects sped southbound onto the I-680 freeway into Milpitas of Santa Clara County when it collided with a vehicle not involved in the carjacking. 

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Upon the collision near Landess Avenue, a boy, who possibly is 12 years old, was ejected and suffered significant injuries, CHP officer Ross Lee told KTVU.

The boy was transported to a local trauma center. 

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The CHP is currently investigating the crash.