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CLEVELAND – On March 13, Ohio State Highway Patrol had assigned two troopers to the east side of Cleveland. They attempted to pull over a car for pulling through an intersection without a working traffic light and not having a visible license plate.

The driver fled, leading the troopers through city streets.

As the trooper pulled back, in fear of the chase becoming dangerous, the car crashed into a tree at East 93rd and Harvard.

The driver and passenger fled, but troopers tended to two other passengers who were injured in the crash.

Anyone able to identify the driver and passenger should contact Cleveland police.