Authorities pursued a vehicle through San Diego on Tuesday before the chase came to an end with a crash on eastbound state Route 52 in Santee.
The chase began near Interstate 5 and Hancock Street at about 1:20 p.m. when a San Diego police officer tried to pull over the vehicle for registration issues but the vehicle did not stop, according to SDPD.
The driver sped off to the north on I-5, at times reaching speeds of about 110 mph and using the shoulder of the freeway to pass slower-moving traffic, SDPD officer Scott Lockwood said.
The chase eventually ended in a crash with other vehicles on eastbound SR-52 in Santee, Lockwood said. The vehicle spun out and skidded to a halt.
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Medics were called to the scene but it was not immediately clear if there were any injuries.
Footage from SkyRanger 7 showed a crashed dark sedan facing the wrong way on the bridge near Mast Boulevard at about 1:45 p.m. Several law enforcement officers had their guns drawn toward the vehicle.
After several minutes, two people exited the vehicle with their hands up and walked backward toward officers. Both were placed into handcuffs.
It was not clear what charges, if any, the individuals would be facing.
SkyRanger 7 showed heavy backup on eastbound SR-52, where only one lane was open to traffic as of 2 p.m. All lanes were reopened just before 3 p.m.