Man fleeing Ohio police jumps fence into prison
The chase started after a traffic violation
CLEVELAND — Police say a motorist fleeing officers in Cleveland abandoned his car and jumped a fence - landing in what turned out to be a prison yard.
Garfield Heights police say the chase started in that suburb early Monday over a traffic violation and reached speeds of 90 mph.
Police say that after a race through several communities, the driver and a passenger bolted from the car and headed for a fence.
They apparently did not realize it was on the outside the state women's prison in Cleveland.
They were arrested along with two other passengers who also tried to flee.
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