SYLMAR (CBSLA) — A man is in custody after leading the California Highway Patrol on a nearly two-hour pursuit early Tuesday morning.
The pursuit began in South Pasadena when the driver failed to yield on Fair Oaks Avenue at the 110 Freeway at 12:54 a.m. According to CHP, the driver was driving without his headlights on.READ MORE: LAPD Officer Accused Of Inappropriately Touching Deceased Woman's Body To Stand Trial On Felony Charge
The driver fled and led officers on a chase hitting speeds of up to 80 miles per hour before he surrendered at 2:40 a.m. on the northbound 14 Freeway, just off the 5 Freeway. Traffic was reportedly light throughout the pursuit.
According to reports from the scene, the pursuit ended because the driver began to experience mechanical issues with his car.READ MORE: Dodgers On Brink Of Elimination After Braves Rough Up Urías, Dominate In Game 4
There were no passengers in the silver four-door Honda, and there were no injuries reported.
The name of the driver was not released.MORE NEWS: Disappointed Dodgers Fans React To 9-2 Loss In Game 4 Of NLCS
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