High speed chase ends when fleeing driver hits Bexar County Deputy’s cruiser

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — A high speed chase came to an end when a Bexar County Deputy’s cruiser was rammed by the fast moving vehicle.

The chase started at around 9 P.M. Tuesday on I-10 and Highway 90. State Troopers clocked a driver going more than 100 miles per hour and he didn’t slow down when the officers tried to stop him.

The troopers started chasing the man and were joined by Bexar County Deputies.

It ended after the speeding driver crashed into a deputy’s patrol vehicle then got stuck on railroad tracks on Southwest Military.

He was taken into custody on charges of Aggravated Assault of a Police Officer and Attempting to Flee.

The deputy and the driver were not hurt.

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