OKLAHOMA CITY - Emergency crews dealt with a dangerous situation right in the heart of rush hour traffic.
Just after 5 p.m., authorities tried to stop a white U-Haul pickup near downtown Oklahoma City.
The truck weaved in and out traffic - at times, even crossing onto the shoulder of the highway.
The chase traveled near downtown Oklahoma City back to I-44 heading toward the Broadway Extension.
The driver got onto the Broadway Extension headed northbound at speeds upwards of 90 mph.
He headed right into rush hour traffic and was drastically slowed down.
Barely evading an officer, the driver was able to make his way back southbound to make another run for it.
The chase came to an end near 50th and Broadway.
Two suspects were taken into custody without incident.
The driver has been identified as Clyde John Landry, who was wanted in connection to a stabbing that left a woman injured at the Green Carpet Inn Wednesday night.
His female passenger was also arrested.
She has not been identified.
Police said a security guard positively identified Landry from security footage.
Officers received a tip that he was back in the area of the stabbing and witnesses gave a vehicle description.
When officers located a vehicle that matched, they attempted a traffic stop, but the suspects fled.