High Speed Pursuit Ends in Crash
High Speed Pursuit Ends in Crash

Last week, authorities in Victorville arrested a 26-year old driver after he refused to pull over his vehicle and led local deputies on a car chase.

According to reports from the authorities, the driver of the 2009 Infinity refused to yield after police witnessed him driving in “donuts” in the parking lot of a local food establishment. Subsequently, the driver led police on a 2-mile car chase that reached speeds of 90 miles per hour.

Unfortunately, the driver ultimately crashed his vehicle into another driver’s car while attempting to enter Highway 395. Following the crash, the driver fled on foot and was eventually apprehended by police. Fortunately, the driver of the vehicle damaged by the man in question did not sustain any injuries.

More information about this particular event can be found here. 

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