NEW YORK — NYPD officers opened hearth on a driver early Saturday morning after they mentioned an officer was struck by an SUV in Brooklyn.It occurred on the intersection of Vendervort Avenue and Meeker Avenue in Williamsburg.In line with NYPD, officers chased down three autos whereas responding to a report of pictures fired close to the intersection. As two officers tried to get the driving force and passengers out of a white Honda, the SUV took off. “The white automobile decides to flee, hanging one among our officers, who subsequently discharged his firearm thrice into that car. About 20 minutes after, a male, 21, arrives a Wyckoff Hospital with one gunshot wound to his chest. We imagine, on the time, he’s the driving force of that white car,” Deputy Chief John Chell mentioned. Two officers fired their weapons, police mentioned.The suspect is in secure situation. Police are nonetheless on the lookout for the car and extra suspects.