- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 21, 2016

YORK, Maine (AP) - Police in Maine and New Hampshire are looking for a driver following a high-speed chase that reached over 100 miles an hour in both states.

Police say a New Hampshire state trooper tried to stop a car that was swerving across lanes on Interstate 95 North in Hampton early Wednesday. The driver didn’t stop and led police on a chase into Maine.

Troopers said the chase ended north of the toll plaza in York, Maine. The driver lost a front tire, escaped, and ran into the woods.

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