Carjacking Suspect Leads Police on 100-Miles-Per Hour Chase Before Driving Off a Cliff and Into Pacific Ocean santa cruz police

A carjacker in Santa Cruz, California tried to run from the cops on Tuesday, and ended up driving off a cliff into the ocean.  He somehow survived, and started climbing back up the cliff before cops arrested him.  It happened on Highway 1, which has a lot of curves.  A woman who saw him speed by said he was probably going way too fast.  (Note:  They interviewed her right next to where it happened, so the background noise is the ocean.)

Suspected carjacker drives off cliff into ocean after high-speed chase

A suspected carjacker was arrested in California Tuesday, but not before leading police on a high-speed chase that ended when the thief drove off a cliff and fell into the Pacific Ocean. According to the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office, deputies were called after a man was reported firing a gun into the air.