NEW CASTLE (KDKA) – A man attempted to flee a traffic stop, crashed into another car, then had to be tased for resisting arrest in New Castle late Friday night.

According to Pennsylvania State Police, troopers attempted to pull a driver over for DUI near Mitchell Road shortly before midnight Friday. Andrew Boots, 37, failed to stop and almost struck two police cars head-on. Police then chased Boots until he crashed into another car near the intersection of Worthington Avenue and North Mercer Street.

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After the crash, police say Boots resisted arrest and they had to subdue him with a taser. Both Boots and the driver of the other car were sent to Jameson Hospital with “minor to moderate” injuries.

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Boots was later placed in Lawrence County Jail. Police say he faces a number of charges, including fleeing police, DUI and resisting arrest, and at least 12 traffic citations.