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Taco truck driver leads CHP on high-speed chase in Sacramento

The driver of a taco truck led police in Sacramento on a high-speed chase Tuesday morning.

The chase occurred in downtown Sacramento when California Highway Patrol officers saw the driver of the truck on the wrong side of the road. The CHP tried to pull the driver over, but a pursuit started instead.

The chase lasted 10 blocks, reaching speeds up to 60 miles per hour, according to the CHP.

It ended when the driver crashed into a brick wall. The man suffered injuries to his head and face and was taken to a hospital.

CHP is investigating whether the suspect was driving under the influence of alcohol. 


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-- Fox 40 Sacramento

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