Two police officers were hurt when two men in a station wagon led police on a dramatic chase through southeast Queensland.
A man who led Queensland police on a wild car chase is still on the run.
Police say two officers were injured during the dramatic pursuit north of Brisbane on Saturday night.
The driver rammed two police cars trying to escape, ploughing into one of the cars so hard it overturned.
The sergeant inside escaped serious injury but a constable who later chased down one of two men inside the car broke his hand.
The drama began when Sunshine Coast police tried to stop the stolen station wagon at the beachside suburb of Marcoola about 9.15pm.
Instead of pulling over the driver drove into the police car at speed then accelerated away.
The car was spotted later that night at Morayfield, north of Brisbane, and officers managed to puncture its front tyres with road spikes.
But the station wagon kept going and soon after ploughed into the back of a police van, causing the van to roll on its roof.
The out-of-control car finally hit a gutter in a nearby street and came to a stop.
Two men inside tried to get away but one, the passenger, was chased down by a police officer who injured his hand making the arrest.
Police are speaking with a 21-year-old Kallangur man but are still looking for the driver.