Police chase ends in N.W. OKC crash
OKLAHOMA CITY — A police chase through N.W. Oklahoma City streets ends at 63rd and Robinson Monday morning.
Authorities tried to pull over a silver Honda near N.E. 50th and Kelley Ave.
According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the suspect was speeding down city streets when a trooper attempted to pull him over.
That’s when the chase began.
It lasted only minutes, was confined to city streets and reached speeds up to 65 mph.
At one point, the suspect drove into oncoming traffic to get away.
The chase ended at N.W. 63rd St. and Robinson when the suspect hit the side of a white van.
The suspect was taken to the hospital to be checked and police say he will then be facing charges.
No word yet on why the man ran from police.
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