Police arrested three juvenile juveniles after a high-speed Tulsa chase early Friday. The driver and one passenger crawled through the back window after crashing the car into another vehicle.
The chase ended near 61st and Lewis when they hit the other car.
Officers say two juveniles are in custody and another went to the hospital.
Police say just before 3 a.m., officers came across two cars at 48th and Sheridan; both checked to be stolen. One car got away, but the Tulsa Police Department's helicopter followed the other one for about 15 minutes with speeds on the ground reached 85 mph.
They say it ended when the stolen car struck an innocent driver who had just turned onto Lewis at 61st Street. Police say the innocent driver refused medical treatment.
The driver and a passenger in the stolen car got out through a back window, leaving a third juvenile still in the car. The suspect they left in the car was injured and taken for treatment.
Officers tracked down the other two suspects. Police say the driver could face several felony charges.