SOUTH PARK TOWNSHIP Pa. (KDKA) – A suspect was injured during an officer-involved shooting in South Park Township.

Police and investigators were on the scene of Edgewood Street and Brandis Avenue early Saturday morning, investigating a shooting.

Police said a Monongahela City Police Officer attempted to pull over a car for a traffic stop in Finleyville, Washington County. At first, the car stopped. Then, it took off.

Police chased the car to South Park Township where it crashed into two parked cars and then hit the front porch of a house.

“I actually thought it was my television making noise. I went to turn the volume down and realized it was real life,” nearby neighbor Dyana Mongelli said.

According to police, there were multiple people in the car, including a 29-year-old man, Joshua Burton, and a woman.

When the car crashed into the house, police said Burton made a run for it. A Monongahela officer went after him and they got in a fight.

During the fight, the officer shot the man one time, according to police.

“It was just a pop. I heard one pop. I wasn’t sure what it was,” Mongelli said about the shooting.

He was taken to UPMC Mercy Hospital, where he is now listed in stable condition.

The officer was also taken to the hospital for cuts and bruises. He has been cleared from the hospital and is now on administrative leave.

Allegheny County Police are investigating the shooting. They will release their findings to the district attorney’s office, who will make determinations about whether the officer’s act was justified.

At the scene, our news crews saw a Monongahela Police Cruiser and the car from the car chase being towed away.

The identity of the officer has not yet been released.

When Burton is released from the hospital, he will be charged with aggravated assault on a police officer and resisting arrest.

Stay with KDKA for the latest on this developing story.