Buffalo Police are investigating a multi-vehicle crash involving a school bus in the Seneca-Babcock neighborhood.
Buffalo Police say one driver was seriously injured after the suspect hit two vehicles and then a school bus in the 1100 block of Seneca Street, between Maurice and Babcock, outside the Seneca Babcock Community Center around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Officials say six students on the First Student bus suffered minor injuries.
Police the incident began when narcotics detectives were executing a search warrant at a residence in the first block of Weiss Street. Detectives say a vehicle pulled up at that time and police attempted to stop the vehicle.
According to police, the vehicle sped off, striking a narcotics detective and an unmarked police vehicle.
The students involved in the accident were taken to the Seneca-Babcock Community Center where paramedics treated them and parents were able to pick them up.
A female driver suffered serious injuries and was transported to ECMC.
The male suspect was also transported to ECMC where he's in police custody and listed in critical condition.
Police say a narcotics detective suffered multiple non-life threatening injuries.
The Seneca Babcock Community Center will be closed on Thursday because of the incident. Staff is still expected to report.