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Monday, 11 February 2019 21:54

Authorities Led on Lengthy Pursuit

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Authorities Led on Lengthy Pursuit

MERCED COUNTY - A lengthy pursuit beginning near Ceres ended after authorities used a spike strip to disable the fleeing vehicle.

Ceres Police, California Highway Patrol Officer and Sheriff Deputies all worked to bring the chase to a close. The vehicle, described as a pickup truck, fled at speeds reaching at some points 95 miles per hour. The pursuit wound through county roads between Ceres and Turlock before being spiked by a deputy, heading through Bradbury Road and Entering Highway 99.

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The pursuit ended at about 9:30pm near the Hammatt Avenue exit on Southbound Highway 99 in Livingston. Two people, a male driver and pregnant female passenger, were detained from the vehicle.

An ambulance was requested for the passenger who was reportedly vomiting. At time of publication no further details were available.

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