Two New York City police officers were shot and wounded early Saturday after a gunman led police on a car chase and exchanged gunfire, according to a NYPD statement.

The shooting occurred at 3:20 a.m. EST, after the suspect, Jamal Funes, 34, rammed his vehicle into a marked police car while driving the wrong way on Lexington Ave. near Malcolm X Boulevard in Brooklyn, police said. Officers fired at Funes and struck him several times. A .357 revolver with five spent shell cases were recovered after the incident. The suspect was taken to Brookdale Hospital and was in critical condition.

Officer Andrew Yurkiw, 29, suffered blunt-force trama from a bullet stopped by his protective bullet-resistant vest. Officer William Reddin, 33, was struck by a bullet that entered his right hip. Both officers were taken to Kings County Hospital for treatment and were awake and in stable condition, police said.

“The bottom line today: Thank God, these officers will be making a full recovery,” New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said during a press conference, according to the New York Daily News. “They were alert. They were talkative in fact.”

The incident started Saturday after two uniformed housing police officers heard a shot fired near Quincy Street and Malcom X Boulevard. When the officers initially approached the suspect, he pointed a revolver at them and he fled, according to police . The investigation is ongoing.

Video of the aftermath of the incident surfaced on the web early Saturday: