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SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina)- The Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office says that a suspect fled deputies at a high rate of speed after they tried to conduct a traffic stop near Parker Road.

Deputies say that the suspect came around a curve on Parker Road at a high rate of speed. They add that the speed limit for the curve was 15 MPH.

According to deputies, the vehicle was a dark gray Nissan Altima with no headlights, tail lights, or tag lights visible. They say that they tried to initiate a traffic stop, but after a series of turns, the driver accelerated through a stop sign and headed towards I26.

Deputies say that the vehicle crossed left of the center multiple times while on I26 and was estimated to have reached speeds well over 100 MPH once they reached the interstate.

According to deputies, due to the high rate of speed, and the amount of traffic on I26, they decided to terminate the pursuit.

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