KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — A police chase on Tuesday involving sheriff’s deputies from multiple counties ended in Knox County with a truck wrecked and a Loudon County man in custody.

Loudon County Chief Deputy Zac Frye said a male subject left the Fort Loudon Medical Center emergency room after being admitted for an evaluation on Monday afternoon and stole a vehicle from a Lenoir City Walmart.

That subject has been identified as Christopher McClanahan of Loudon County.

LCSO said he facies charges from the Lenoir City Police Department, Loudon County Sheriff’s Office and Blount County Sheriff’s Office. Those charges have not been released at this time.

Frye said McClanahan was pursued by police in the stolen vehicle but they were unsuccessful in locating him and the vehicle.

Christopher McClanahan (Blount County Sheriff’s Office)

McClanahan reportedly returned to Lenoir City late Monday and abandoned the stolen car before police say he stole a second vehicle, a white Ford F-150.

According to Frye, Blount County Sheriff’s Office located McClanahan and stolen vehicle around 4 p.m. Tuesday. Blount County deputies attempted to stop the vehicle and a pursuit ensued. Loudon County deputies joined the pursuit when the vehicle entered the county.

LCSO wrote that McClanahan was reported to be suicidal and homicidal.

The vehicle avoided spike strips at the intersection Highways 321 and 11 in Lenoir City before continuing up Highway 11 toward Knoxville, LCSO said.

The pursuit involving deputies from Blount and Loudon counties continued into Knox County, where the truck wrecked, LCSO said. McLanahan allegedly struck two other vehicles at the intersection of Kingston Pike and Smith Road during the pursuit. He was taken into custody by deputies from Loudon, Blount and Knox counties.

One of the drivers of the vehicles that was hit refused treatment, and the other was taken to an area hospital for treatment with non-life threatening injuries, LCSO said.

According to the LCSO, McClanahan was taken to the hospital for treatment before being transported to the Blount County Correctional Facility Tuesday evening. LCSO said that the Tennessee Highway Patrol is also investigating.

McClanahan is charged with felony evading arrest and reckless endangerment, and he is being held on $10,000 in total bonds according to the Blount County Sheriff’s Office. BCSO said he is expected to be in court to face his charges from Blount County on November 18.

EDITORS NOTE: This story has been updated with new information.