A 120 mph L.A. chase has become a trending top news topic on several major search engines this evening after the LA Times reported this Tuesday, Feb. 26, that a woman was arrested by police today following a dangerous high-speed chase that went from San Bernardino all the way to South L.A., nearly hitting pedestrians and several children.
The pursuit for the male driver and his female companion began noon today after police authorities began to search for two suspects for robbery. The 120 mph L.A. chase crossed six freeways as the target vehicle, a Lexus ES400, sped past traffic at violent speeds passing 100 mph.
They turned off the highway in L.A., nearly hitting a few stunned pedestrians, including a young girl pulled out of the way by passerby, a couple with a baby, and a teen riding a skateboard. The man fled the car into a nearby apartment complex around 1 p.m. before the female took over the driver’s seat and continued driving.
She reportedly hit another vehicle in another high speed but brief chase, then jumped out of the car talking into a cell phone while running into another apartment complex. She was found and arrested some time later, while her male companion is currently being searched for, concluded the police report.