NEW YORK - Six police officers were injured in a car chase on the Bronx River Parkway Wednesday morning. The chase ended in an accident – involving three police cruisers – just after 9 a.m. near exit five. Police say officers saw a driver in a Chevy Malibu blow through a stop sign. The driver got back on the parkway heading south, and when officers tried to get him to pull over, he struck a police vehicle then got out on foot. He was caught a short time later. The six officers were taken to Jacobi Hospital with minor injuries. All southbound lanes were shut down during the morning rush. The driver, Harold Boyce, has been charged with reckless endangerment, reckless driving and resisting arrest.