Dallas, Texas – Early morning police chase in Dallas after officer spotted a stolen car ended up with crash that resulted with one innocent driver to be killed.
According to police report, a man reported that his car was stolen at gunpoint on Monday night. The stolen car was spotted by officers early Wednesday morning and they started chasing the suspects when they tried to flee the officers.
The police said the chase lasted for nearly 20 minutes and ended up in Oak Cliff.
The stolen car ran a red light on Great Trinity Forest Way and hit another vehicle, killing a man and injuring a woman in the passenger seat.
The 14-year-old driver of the stolen car tried to get away on foot but was quickly captured.
Police said all four suspects, including three juveniles and one adult, were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
They will face multiple criminal charges.