Police Chase In San Diego County Ends With Vehicle Flipping


By Paul Johnson

San Diego County, California (CNN) - A police pursuit in California ended with a vehicle flipping.
Police say it started when a man ran a red light in Escondido and nearly hit a deputy.
He took off going 100 miles an hour. 15 minutes later, the s-u-v flipped.
The man was bleeding from his head and was taken away on a stretcher.
And a woman was put in handcuffs.
The trunk of the Dodge Durango looked like it was packed for a vacation.
Investigators found luggage, cameras, coolers and other items.
They also found a gun -- and say a second one was tossed on the freeway.
Deputies say the s-u-v also contained meth and heroin.
Investigators recovered the gun that was thrown.
They have not said if the s-u-v was stolen or not.

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