MD Family, toddler hurt in PA Police Chase

This image released by Philadelphia Police shows Dejuan Robinson. Philadelphia police tweeted the photo Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2018, of 20-year-old suspect Dejuan Robinson, who fled the crash scene, after colliding with a city bus full of passengers during a multi-state police chase that crossed into Pennsylvania, injuring three officers and a bus passenger. Police described him as a person of interest in multiple homicides in Delaware and believe he is armed and dangerous. (Philadelphia Police via AP)

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A man named as a person of interest in multiple homicides in Delaware remains on the loose, a day after a wild police chase crossed into Pennsylvania and caused two separate crashes that injured several people including officers and a 3-year-old boy.

The boy's mother tells KYW-TV the family was traveling on Interstate 95 from Baltimore to New York City for a birthday celebration when their car was hit.

Meghan Stone-Kirts says all five people in the car were hurt, but her 3-year-old son David Tillman was seriously injured.

He's in critical condition at Children's Hospital with multiple skull fractures, a brain bleed and a spinal injury.

Philadelphia police say they're still searching for 20-year-old Dejuan Robinson, who fled the second crash scene at a busy intersection in the city.

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