By CBS3 Staff

GLENOLDEN, Pa. (CBS) — Police and firefighters in Glenolden, Delaware County responded to two separate crashes on Sunday night. The first one happened just before 11:30 p.m. on South Chester Pike and East South Avenue.

Police say the car crashed into a wall during a pursuit.

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Officers took two people into custody and recovered weapons. There’s no word on what prompted the pursuit.

Police, Firefighters Respond To 2 Separate Car Crashes In Glenolden, Delaware County

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The second crash happened just before midnight less than a half-mile away.

Police say the driver lost control and slammed into a pole on Chester Pike. CBS3 has been told firefighters had to cut off the car’s roof to get the driver out.

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There’s no word on the driver’s condition.