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Car drives through brick wall during police chase

Source: Simeon Snow Source: Simeon Snow
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CLAY COUNTY, AR (KAIT) -

A car chase across two counties ended with the car driving through a brick wall.

The chase started in Randolph County inside Pocahontas city limits with a standard traffic stop early Sunday morning.

When the officer tried to approach the vehicle, the car sped away. 

The driver crossed into Clay County.

Corning is where the suspect's car jumped a ditch and drove through a concrete wall.

Clay County Sheriff Terry Miller said no one was injured, but 5 people were arrested at the scene.

Patrol cars from Corning, Clay County, Randolph County and Pocahontas were involved in the chase.

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