Tuesday’s 10-mile Police Chase, Which Started in Chicago, Ends in Broadview with Driver Arrested

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Police officers look into a police chase that started in Chicago and ended in Broadview. | Network Video

Friday, February 10, 2017 || By Local News Curator || @maywoodnews

According to report by Sun-Times Media Wire, and published on Chicago CBS Local, a driver who led Chicago Police officers on a 10-mile chase from the city’s Lawndale neighborhood to Broadview on Tuesday morning has been arrested.

“The car took off when officers tried to curb it about 10:15 a.m. in the 2900 block of West Lexington, according to police,” Media Wire notes.

“The driver caused a crash near Harrison and Francisco, and collided with two CPD vehicles as the chase went into the suburbs, police said. No one was hurt.”

For context, this is what the distance between North Lawndale and Broadview looks like, courtesy Google Maps. VFP

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