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A group of teachers check out the green Jaguar on the sidewalk off Boston Street in Oakland, Calif. near Fruitvale School where they were locked down for close to an hour on a professional development day as Oakland Police were in pursuit of the robbery suspects that were driving the car that injured two officers and a public works employee on Friday, Oct. 11, 2013. (Laura A. Oda/Bay Area News Group)

OAKLAND -- Two police officers and a city worker suffered injuries Friday morning after two burglary suspects in a Jaguar hit them and rammed a patrol car in the Dimond District, police said.

Officers saw a car burglary occurring about 10:05 a.m. in a parking lot behind shops on busy Fruitvale Avenue near Interstate 580. The suspects tried to flee by driving down Bienati Way, a short street connecting Dimond and Fruitvale avenues.

On the way, they hit an officer and a city worker who was getting out of his truck, police said. They then drove up on the sidewalk and rammed the door of a patrol car, injuring an officer who was getting out of the car, police said.

The suspects fled in the Jaguar on Fruitvale, eventually crashing into a into a fence and some bushes in the 3200 block of Boston Avenue. Both suspects fled on foot. The area was cordoned off as police searched for the suspects but the hunt was called off by noon and no arrests had been made.

The city worker suffered a broken wrist and leg, one officer had cuts and bruises and the other officer a foot injury, police said. They were all taken to hospitals for treatment.

Nearby Fruitvale Elementary School was locked down briefly. The school was not in session, but teachers were there attending a training session.