(KNBC) - Police pursued a stolen car Monday on freeways in three Southern California counties.
The driver was initially reaching speeds from 85 to 100 mph as Anaheim police pursued the driver on the 91 Freeway in Orange County
The driver of the stolen black 2002 Toyota Camry was on the 215 Freeway heading east toward the Grand Terrace area. At one point, he threw objects from the window -- one of which hit one of the California Highway Patrol SUVs.
The pursuit entered the 10 Freeway in the Rancho Cucamonga area, continuing east from Riverside County into San Bernardino County.
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