Video: Driver crashes into pole after leading police on chase in Cleveland County

An Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper performed a PIT maneuver to put an end to a dangerous high-speed chase Friday, causing the suspect vehicle to roll and crash into a pole in Cleveland County.

According to Oklahoma City police, the chase began just after 10:30 a.m. near I-40 and Portland.

According to the OHP, a driver, later identified as 27-year-old Daydrion Dennis, led Oklahoma City police’s gang unit on a high-speed chase through south Oklahoma City and Moore. Police terminated the pursuit as Dennis drove into Norman, through the OU campus, at a high rate of speed.

An OHP trooper began chasing the driver in Norman, and performed a PIT maneuver near 108th Avenue SE and East Post Oak Road. The suspect vehicle rolled multiple times before crashing into a pole.

OHP officials said Dennis had felony warrants. She was issued traffic citations by Oklahoma City officers and was taken to an area hospital for injuries sustained in the crash, police said.