High-speed chase ends in 3-car crash in New Braunfels

Driver ran stop sign, crashed into 2 cars

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – The man behind the wheel of a high-speed chase was left with critical life-threatening injuries Monday.

According to New Braunfels police, the chase began in San Marcos and reached speeds of 100 mph.

The driver in the truck that was fleeing ran a red light and crashed into two other vehicles.

The collision occurred at the intersection of FM 306 and Creekside Crossing just before 11 a.m.

The man was ejected from the truck and taken by Airlife to University Hospital in San Antonio with potentially life-threatening injuries.

The other people involved included a 52-year-old woman and three children inside her van, two age 2 and one age 4. They were all taken to a hospital in New Braunfels, and one child was taken to University for additional treatment. The other driver, a 71-year-old man, was treated at the scene.

San Marcos police are investigating the chase and the NBPD is investigating the crash.