WICHITA, Kan. - Two people were injured and many cars were damaged spreading chaos on Central Street after a fight in a bar parking lot.
It began in the parking lot of a bar at 4311 W. Central around 2 a.m., where a 22-year-old man and a 29-year-old man were fighting; the 29-year-old received a cut on the neck.
Sgt. E. Brower stated that the suspect fled in a Grand Marquee and was pursued by the victim in a White SUV. The victim then proceeded to ram the suspect's vehicle several times, attempting to stop him.
An unknown pedestrian was struck by one of the vehicles but left the scene so officers did not have contact with them.
Police say the victim's vehicle was disabled at 4200 W. Central; he abandoned it and got into a silver Ford Focus with his friend and proceeded to chase after and ram the suspect's vehicle again.
The victim lost control of the car at Central and Zoo Blvd., wrecking it. The victim and his friend got out of the car and ran down the railroad tracks. They were chased by the suspect in his car until he blew a tire and became stuck on the railroad tracks.
Everyone other than the man who was cut on the neck left the scene. The victim was then transported to a hospital to be treated for his injuries.
Police are running the license plate's on all the cars to locate the owners.