Four people were injured, including three pedestrians, when the driver of a stolen SUV allegedly fled police, ran a red light and crashed into another SUV driver in East Flatbush this morning, police said.

The crash took place at about 9:15 a.m. at the intersection of Remsen Avenue and Rutland Road, according to the NYPD. When cops tried to pull over Stephen Brumaire, 18, in a Chevy Tahoe, he allegedly blew a red light and slammed into the driver of a Nissan Pathfinder who was crossing the intersection with the light on Rutland. The collision sent the two vehicles careening in different directions, the Tahoe into a 34-year-old woman and a 2-year-old boy in a stroller, and the Pathfinder into a 10-month-old baby boy.

Paramedics drove the three pedestrians to Kings County Hospital in stable condition, and the 57-year-old Nissan driver to Brookdale Hospital, also stable, police said.

Officers arrested Brumaine and charged him with assault, fleeing police, speeding, grand larceny, possession of stolen property, stealing a car, unlicensed driving, and run

Update May 17th: This story has been updated to reflect new details of the crash provided by the NYPD. An initial report by an FDNY spokesman said that an NYPD driver was involved in the collision.