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Crime Two people in custody after chase ends in fiery crash in Canadian County

22:00  02 december  2019
22:00  02 december  2019 Source:   koco.com

Nevada crash kills 2 after takeoff from airport near Idaho

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Two people are in custody after they led Canadian County Sheriff’s deputies on a chase Monday afternoon. The suspect vehicle crashed and caught fire, officials with the Sheriff's Office confirmed.

a building on fire: Two people are in custody after they led Canadian County Sheriff’s deputies on a chase afternoon. The suspect vehicle crashed and caught fire. © Provided by KOCO Oklahoma City Two people are in custody after they led Canadian County Sheriff’s deputies on a chase afternoon. The suspect vehicle crashed and caught fire.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, the suspect vehicle had been reported stolen out of Edmond. It crashed under I-40 near Richland after the pursuit.

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3 teens in custody after Mesquite police chase that shut down I-30 .
Three teens are in custody after leading Mesquite police officers on a chase early Monday morning. Officials on scene say the teens were driving a stolen vehicle. The suspects crashed into a power line pole on Interstate 30 near St. Francis Avenue. All of I-30 and the westbound service lanes were shut down for a brief period of time while crews worked to clear the roadways of downed power lines. All lanes have since been reopened. A 17-year-old male and a 15-year-old male were both treated and released on scene before being taken into custody, police said. A 16-year-old female was transported to the hospital for her injuries but is expected to be OK.

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