The horrifying attack took place in the northern suburb of Colombes at 5.30pm
Attacker Yossef T later admitted I did it for ISIS according to investigators, searches at his home found a letter suggesting a possible terrorist motive.
One officer who was crushed has been placed in a coma in intensive care.
A suspected ISIS terrorist was under arrest in Paris last night after crushing two police motorcyclists at high speed between his BMW and a patrol car.
The horrifying attack took place in the northern suburb of Colombes shortly after 5.30pm on Monday and left one of the officers in intensive care.
The 29-year-old attacker, who is being referred to as Youssef T, has since admitted ‘I did it for ISIS,’ according to investigators speaking to the Parisien newspaper.
Searches at his home in Colombes and of his car uncovered a letter explaining his action with possible terrorist motives and a knife.
The suspect was taken into custody for interrogation at a high security police station in the Paris area.
According to police sources, a man on a moped was first chased by a police motorbike unit carrying out roadside checks during the coronavirus lockdown.
He abandoned his two-wheeler and then fled in a Peugeot vehicle, leaving the police unit congregating outside a shutdown school.