A high-speed chase in Los Angeles ends with a violent crash that's caught on camera from the sky and the street.
John Schiumo reports from New York.
Seventy miles an hour. This familiar scene in Los Angeles played out like a hollywood movie.
"Coming up on La Brea. Whoa. Whoa, whoa."
The careening car narrowly missed a cameraman in the crosswalk who was also recording the action.
Victor Park says, "That loud bang, it's something I've never heard. I've covered, I've covered many pursuits. I've never seen anything like this."
The high-speed chase started in Beverly Hills and ended in Korea Town three minutes later.
Police say the suspect allegedly stole the Honda CRV and then fled.
"Let me see your hands. Let me see your hands."
After a tense standoff, the suspect emerged from his car and tried to casually walk away.
"Oh, what is he doing? He's walking away like it never even happened."
But it did happen.
Caught on camera by a Victor Park who suddenly became a part of the story.
He said, "Honestly, it's an experience I hope I don't experience again because it is very scary."
Park said debris hit his leg, but he feels just fine and is lucky to be alive.
John Schiumo, CBS news, New York.
The driver in the car that was rear ended suffered minor injuries.
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