What began as a drug bust on Mundy Street in Wilkes-Barre turned into a crash scene with two cops down. "One trooper was out of the vehicle trying to apprehend him, he was hit by the vehicle," said PA State Trooper Tom Kelly. The Pennsylvania state troopers were undercover in unmarked cars. To protect their identities we are choosing not to show the smashed up vehicles. Less than an hour earlier the narcotics sweep was showing promise with the arrests of several dealers in downtown Wilkes-Barre. But then the dangers of their job became a reality. "The efforts today were trying to clean up some of the low-level dealers off the streets as that happened, the pursuit happened and it just led to bigger things." Wilkes-Barre police were quickly on the trail of the fleeing suspect. After a six mile high speed chase the driver was stopped on the Plains/Jenkins Township line. "He ditched his vehicle and ran on foot and waved down a Luzerne County transit bus. That`s when he was apprehended." Police say the man was selling crack in our area. He is originally from Jamaica but now lives in Brooklyn. They say his rap sheet is 36 pages long.