COLUMBUS, Neb. -- The Columbus Police Department was involved in a pursuit on Monday and are currently investigating the situation.

CPD said officers tried to perform a traffic stop at 13th St. and 48th Ave. on a Chevrolet Impala around midnight on Monday due to the vehicle reportedly driving recklessly on the west edge of the city's limits.

Officers said the suspect did not stop, leading to a pursuit. The suspect reportedly went west and out of Columbus before returning to town again but turning north on 48th Ave.

According to authorities, the Platte County Sheriff's Office came to help CPD. They reportedly tried to deploy tire deflation devices, hoping to stop the pursuit. 

Officials said the suspect went into rural Platte County and ran into a guard rail, disabling his vehicle. The suspect reportedly got out of the vehicle and cooperated with authorities.

CPD said the suspect had injuries from the crash and was taken to a nearby hospital before being released later. 

Police said they believe the suspect was under the influence of alcohol and a controlled substance. No arrest has been reported at this time as CPD is still investigating the incident.