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OKLAHOMA CITY -  The man who allegedly led troopers on a five-mile chase, reaching speeds up to 120 miles per hour on Thursday, is facing numerous charges for the crime.

Investigators say 38-year-old Monte Webb led Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers on a five-mile high-speed chase.monte webb

Jennifer McCoy watched as crews pulled people out of their cars.

Minutes earlier, she says she saw Webb allegedly zip through city streets in a red truck.

McCoy said, "It just zoomed by speed limits 40, and they had to of been doing 90. I was like, 'Oh my goodness!"

Authorities say speeds reached 120 miles an hour.

Troopers said Webb was on drugs at the time and ran when they tried to pull him over for speeding at N.E. 36th St. and Grand Blvd.

Capt. Brent Sugg, with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, said, "The vehicle began fleeing from the trooper, in and out of traffic, not using his signal, driving recklessly."

Five miles later, he ran the red light at Sheridan Ave. and Lincoln Blvd.

His truck bounced off of four other vehicles, including a highway patrol cruiser.

"It's crazy," McCoy said. "We watched him get taken out into custody."

He didn't put up a fight but troopers said he lied about his name.

Looking back, McCoy says she can't get one of the victims, a woman with a cane, out of her mind.

McCoy said, "I'm hoping she'll be okay. She was holding her chest so I'm hoping."

Investigators said all the victims are expected to recover.

Paramedics took them to the hospital in good condition.

Webb is facing charges of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, felony eluding, driving under the influence of drugs, reckless driving, obstructing an officer and operating a vehicle without a state driver's license.

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