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Suspect on loose after northwest Oklahoma City high-speed chase, shooting

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Officials said one suspect is still on the loose after a high-speed chase through northwest Oklahoma City late Thursday night.

An Oklahoma Highway Patrolman tried to pull over a car at the I-40, I-44 junction when the driver took off.

The chase reached speeds over 90 miles per hour and at one point, a suspect leaned out of the car window to fire at least 10 shots at patrolmen.

OHP fired back but no one was hurt.

The chase ended at Wilshire and Lyrewood Lane when the suspects crashed the car.

Troopers arrested a man and woman but a second man ran and police are still searching for him.

Authorities said they aren't sure if the remaining suspect is armed but they are urging residents in the area to keep doors locked and be alert.

Troopers don't have much of a description for the suspect, just that he was last seen wearing a red hooded sweatshirt.

Thanks to NewsChannel 4 viewer Nick McPherson who sent in this video.

WARNING: Contains graphic language

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