California suspect drives cops on a spark-filled interstate pursuit in a stolen work truck

YouTube NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! A man accused of driving a stolen work truck led police on a chaotic chase Tuesday night along an expressway in San Bernardino County, California.

A construction truck with CalTrans decals was involved in the chase. Prior to the Ontario Police Department taking control of the pursuit, the Fontana Police handled it originally.

The culprit is captured on wild video piloting the vehicle along Interstate 10 in southern California by the Fox 11 Los Angeles chopper.

A driver in a truck believed to be stolen leads California police on a chase down a freeway in San Bernardino County, California.

When the vehicle makes contact with the road, sparks erupt because it appears to be towing some form of trailer, perhaps a road construction sign.

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The vehicle is seen hitting the side of a white automobile that was also on the road at one point.

Police in California ram a suspected stolen work truck into the median after a wild, spark-filled chase.

In the end, a police car approaches the truck and slams it into the concrete median, bringing it to a stop.

Unlawfully forcing a flight from London to Los Angeles to land in Salt Lake City, the passenger was arrested.
The driver is then seen exiting the vehicle and racing along the freeway on foot.

The suspect is seen running along the interstate after police ram the suspected stolen construction truck he was driving into a median. He was eventually arrested with the help of a K-9 officer.

He is ultimately stopped by a police K-9 and taken into custody by cops. An ambulance was spotted being loaded with the suspect. Whether he suffered major injuries is unknown.