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RFD Deputy Chief out of hospital
Rochester, N.Y. Marty McMillian, Deputy Chief of the Rochester Fire Department, was released from the hospital Thursday, after being injured during a police chase Nov. 29.
The high speed police chase spanned two counties, starting in Macedon and ending in Rochester.
They were bound and determined to get away, said Macedon Police Chief John Colella.
Colella was the first to respond to the shoplifting report, and HE located the suspects red pickup truck in the Wal-Mart parking lot, next to the liquor store.
According to police, the red Ford pickup truck, driven by Charles Domicello, 48, of Rochester, was finally stopped by an innocent driver, whose SUV was broadsided at the intersection of East Main and Hall streets and flipped on its side.
McMillan was off-duty at the time of the crash.
McMillan and the three inside the truck all had to be extracted from their vehicles and were rushed to the trauma center at Strong Hospital.
Domicello is facing multiple charges, including resisting arrest, petit larceny, and reckless endangerment, among other charges.
The other two suspects in the vehicle, Jessica Cuthbert, 29 of Rochester, and Angela Urso, 46, also of Rochester, are facing Petit Larceny and Burglary charges.