Driver dies after a car crashes into a stolen car driven by a teenager in the Dallas Police Department chase


An innocent driver was killed early Wednesday when a 14-year-old car being chased by the Dallas Police Department hit a stolen car.

During the chase, a 14-year-old child passed through a red light, collided with a Chevrolet Impala and killed its driver.

The names of the victims were not disclosed by the authorities.

A 14-year-old boy in a stolen car and three other teenagers were injured in a crash and taken to a local hospital.

The chase began shortly after 1 am Wednesday when the Dallas Police Department observed the Toyota Camry at 1000 blocks of S. Buckner Boulevard in Dallas.

Dallas police learned that the car had been stolen during the exacerbation of the robbery on Monday and stepped behind the car to confirm the car’s registration.

Dallas police tried to stop the stolen car and continued pursuit.

Shortly after 1:30 am, the stolen car passed a red light on the Great Trinity Forest Way and Wadsworth Drive and collided with Impala.

The Impala driver was taken to a local hospital and later died.

A teenager has been detained and charged with a fatal accident, according to the Dallas Police Department.

No Dallas police officer was injured in the chase and crash.