'Drunk' 12-Year-Old Leads Police on Car Chase and Crashes Twice: Cops
Police have said they are not sure where his parents are.
A Texas 12-year-old was rushed to the hospital Monday after leading cops in what they have called a drunken chase.
Austin police said they attempted to pull the child over after spotting him driving erratically, but he would not stop.
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During their pursuit, police said he hit a car head-on and then kept going before eventually smashing into a pole, which was knocked down as a result of the impact.
“It happened and we don’t know why a 12-year-old was driving,” senior officer Ivan Ramos said in a press conference.
Officers said they are investigating the boy being intoxicated.
He was transported to the hospital for minor injuries following the crash.
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There were no other injuries reported, according to police.
The boy, whose name won't be released, will be charged for evading police, failure to stop at a motor vehicle accident, and driving while intoxicated, police said.
Police said it’s not currently clear where his parents are.
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