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Police chase ends in deadly Indianapolis car accident

May 14, 2010 | Auto Accident


May 13, 2010

Should police be allowed to pursue suspects at high speeds? A high-speed chase can often have deadly results.

One person is dead following an Indianapolis auto accident that started as a police chase. WISH TV reports the chase began when Indiana State Police noticed the vehicle weaving in and out of traffic on Interstate 65.

The driver exited, and the trooper attempted to pull him over. The driver then hit the accelerator and sped away.

The trooper pursued the driver but lost sight of him briefly, and when he caught up with him the driver had crashed into a building. The 21-year-old driver was killed at the scene of the Indianapolis auto accident.

Police are investigating whether alcohol played a role in the Indianapolis auto accident.

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