After the chase, the driver crashed into two houses in California

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A man accused of leading Sacramento County deputies on a high-speed chase over the weekend has had a dramatic end after crashing into two homes. Shortly before 4:00 pm Saturday, deputies saw a vehicle that matched the description of the vehicle deputies were looking for, according to authorities. A spokesman for the office said deputies recognized the driver, noting they believe the man was involved in a pursuit earlier in the week and had at least one felony warrant. The sheriff said a chase ensued that reached speeds of up to 115 mph, and two vehicles were struck by the suspect as he exited the freeway. The chase ended, officials said, when the driver crashed into two homes. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to a local hospital, authorities said. No other injuries were reported. A spokesman for the office said the suspect will be charged after he is released from the hospital. People who live nearby said that although they were shaken by the experience, they were physically fine. Several thanked their neighbors for coming over and helping clean up the mess left behind. A ring camera recorded the moment the truck hit one of the houses. Watch the moments the car crashed into the houses in the video below.

A man accused of leading Sacramento County deputies on a high-speed chase over the weekend has had a dramatic end after crashing into two homes.

Shortly before 4:00 pm Saturday, deputies saw a vehicle that matched the description of the vehicle deputies were looking for, according to authorities. A spokesman for the office said deputies recognized the driver, noting they believe the man was involved in a pursuit earlier in the week and had at least one felony warrant.

The sheriff’s office said a chase ensued that reached speeds of up to 115 mph, and two vehicles were struck by the suspect as he exited the freeway. The chase ended, officials said, when the driver crashed into two homes.

The suspect was taken into custody and transported to a local hospital, authorities said. No other injuries were reported.

A spokesman for the office said the suspect will be charged after he is released from the hospital.

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People who live nearby said that although they were shaken by the experience, they were physically fine. Several thanked their neighbors for coming over and helping clean up the mess left behind. A ring camera captured the moment a truck hit one of the houses.

Watch the moments the car crashed into the houses in the video below.

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