(IRON MOUNTAIN, MI.)–A suspect continues to be sought following an early Sunday morning accident in Iron Mountain, that injured three teenagers. Twenty Eight year old Anthony Robinson Jr., is wanted by the Michigan Department of Corrections for parole absconding, according to Ed Mattson, director of Iron Mountain Police and Fire Services. “The three teens, all 17-year-old males, suffered injuries that were believed to be serious but not life-threatening,” Mattson said. He added, “They were the occupants of a vehicle struck by the suspect’s car after it became airborne on West Ludington Street near Forest Street.” Mattson explained, “The pursuit began at about 2:32 a.m. Sunday on Kimberly Avenue near West A Street where patrol officers observed a northbound Chevrolet Impala associated with past trafficking of methamphetamine and sometimes driven by a man wanted for parole absconding,” Mattson said. When officers turned the patrol vehicle around, the Impala sped north to West Ludington Street and turned west. The driver lost control near the intersection of Forest Street, striking an embankment that which separates West Ludington Street. The car became airborne coming down on the vehicle occupied by the teens, which was eastbound on West Ludington. The collision caused the eastbound vehicle to be pushed from the roadway down the embankment coming to rest in a yard. As officers arrived, they observed the driver of the fleeing vehicle, exit then run away on foot; officers gave chase but were unable to take the man into custody, the crash occurred approximately seven blocks from where the suspect vehicle was first spotted,” Mattson noted. Officers identified the fleeing man as Robinson, who is black, about 6-1 and 200-pounds, with no known address. Anyone with information on Robinson’s whereabouts is asked to contact Iron Mountain Police Department at 906-774-1234. Police were assisted by the Iron Mountain Fire Department and the Breitung Township Fire Department, who extricated the three accident victims from their vehicle. All three were transported to Dickinson County Memorial Hospital by Beacon Ambulance and Integrity Care EMS. Assisting in the search for the suspect were the Dickinson County Sheriff’s Department, Michigan State Police and Kingsford Public Safety Department. An accident investigator from Michigan State Police was summoned to the scene to reconstruct the accident scene. “A formal report will be submitted to Dickinson County Prosecutor Attorney Lisa Richards for review,” according to Mattson.