Suspects Need Rescue After Police Pursuit

All three people inside and a dog had to be rescued

By Jerry McCormick
|  Friday, Oct 21, 2011  |  Updated 7:19 AM PDT
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Officers tried to pull over a man who they said was armed and dangerous. As Nicole Gonzales reports, the police pursuit came to a crashing end and the suspects needed to be rescued from a crumpled car.

Officers tried to pull over a man who they said was armed and dangerous. As Nicole Gonzales reports, the police pursuit came to a crashing end and the suspects needed to be rescued from a crumpled car.

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Three people had to be rescued from a wrecked car after leading police on a high speed chase in the South Bay.

The chase started in the City Heights area around 10 p.m. Thursday after a San Diego police officer tried to pull over suspect who was considered armed and dangerous.

The pursuit ended on the Highland Avenue off-ramp from east bound State Route 54 in National City.

The driver lost control and the vehicle rolled down an embankment.

All three people inside and a dog had to be rescued.

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