VACAVILLE (CBS13) — Police say officers fired at a suspect during a chase in Vacaville early Thursday morning.

The incident started around 1:30 a.m. in San Francisco, Vacaville police say. California Highway Patrol then alerted Vacaville police that officers were chasing a stolen vehicle on Interstate 80, approaching Vacaville.

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Spike strips were being laid out when the suspect exited onto Alamo Drive, prompting a chase on surface streets.

The suspect eventually drove into a residential neighborhood near Edwin Drive and Elmira Road. There, officers got out of their vehicles and opened fire when the suspect allegedly drove at them, say police.

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The suspect continued on, however, and eventually drove into the county area near McCrory and Meridian roads and crashed into a drainage unit. The car then ran into a ditch, prompting the suspect to get out and run into an open field.

It was in this open field that a second officer-involved shooting happened, police say. This time, the suspect was shot. He was taken to a local hospital and is in critical but stable condition, police say.

No officers were hurt in the incident, police say.

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No details about the suspect, other than he was a man, have been released.