Burglary suspect rescued after fleeing from officers, falling into ravine in SW Oklahoma City
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A burglary suspect was rescued after he fled from officers and fell into a ravine in southwest Oklahoma City.
Officials say a burglary suspect drove away from officers near SW 74th and Western at around 5 a.m. Tuesday.
At some point, the suspect fled on foot and fell into a 25-foot concrete-walled ravine near SW 64th and Ollie.
Fire and EMSA crews had to remove a chainlink barrier to rescue him from the ravine.
Oklahoma City police tell News 4 the suspect was injured, but is alert and talking.
A second suspect was also taken into custody.
The incident remains under investigation.