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One other high-speed Arkansas State Police chase ends in a fatality

A 43-year-old West Memphis man died Tuesday after crashing his automobile throughout a high-speed chase, the Arkansas State Police reported.

The person, who was not named within the press launch, was described as a fleeing suspect needed on a number of felony warrants. A trooper was getting ready to carry out a “tactical automobile intervention” on the automobile — a controlled-crash technique formerly known as a PIT maneuver — when the suspect instantly braked and crashed. The person was driving at 140 miles per hour, in line with the state police. An investigation is underway. 

“The suspect was driving recklessly and placing the general public in excessive hazard by driving at excessive speeds, passing on the shoulder, and nearly working different automobiles off the roadway,” Col. Mike Hagar of the state police stated in an announcement. “Though we remorse any lack of life, we thank God our trooper and different motorists weren’t injured.”

Arkansas lawmakers in 2023 handed a regulation to make fleeing from police a category D felony, which might lead to three to 6 years in jail. The Arkansas State Police in November alone recorded 50 pursuits.

At least three individuals have died from using PIT maneuvers in Arkansas this yr.

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