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11/30/04

High Speed Chase Near Levelland

West of Lubbock, the hunt is on for a driver who led Levelland authorities on a high speed chase around 7 o'clock Tuesday night.

It all started when a DPS Trooper tried to pull over a car for speeding outside of Levelland on Highway 114. The driver refused to stop, and the chase headed toward town at a rate of more than 100 miles an hour. The car finally stopped in the 300 Block of Walnut. But, the driver continued to run, this time on foot.

Two passengers inside the car were arrested. Authorities are still searching for the driver.

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