State Trooper injured after 125 MPH+ Lancaster County chase where vehicle ran out of gas

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LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM)-- Pennsylvania State Police were led on a high-speed chase early Friday morning in Lancaster County that ended when the fleeing vehicle ran out of gas in Chester County, court documents show.

The charges filed by State Police in Lancaster say the driver Azuan Brady, 21, of Delaware is accused of hitting speeds faster than 130 miles per hour during the pursuit.

According to court docs, Brady was the driver of a stolen 2019 black Chevrolet Camaro that Troopers spotted traveling on Lincoln Highway in East Lampeter Township just before 1 a.m. Troopers say the car had a tag of a different vehicle out of Philadelphia and they tried to pull Brady over.

Instead of stopping, Brady would illegally pass a tractor-trailer and lead State Police on a high-speed chase where he was going faster than 125 miles per hour, in a posted 35 miles per hour zone, while the Camaro's headlights and taillights were off, according to a criminal complaint.

Eventually, State Police say the chase came to an end in Chester County on SR 41 after the Camaro looked to have run out of gas and Brady ran from the car, turning the vehicle pursuit into a foot pursuit.

Brady, Troopers say, fell into a grassy area, while he had both his hands tucked in the front of his pants, and Troopers were able to take him into custody. Brady did display signs of being impaired and had blood drawn at the hospital and placed into a kit, according to t...

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