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The car crashed into a fence in Price Hill.
Four people are in custody after leading police on a high-speed chase that ended when the stolen car they were in nearly crashed into a home in Price Hill.
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CINCINNATI -- Four people are in custody after leading police on a high-speed chase that ended when the stolen car they were in nearly crashed into a home.
The wreck occurred just before 2:30 p.m. Saturday near the intersection of Glenway and Grand avenues in Price Hill when the stolen green Ford Taurus ran into a fence on a residential property.
Police at the scene said the suspects acquired the car during a carjacking late Friday night. It's unclear where the incident took place but the car has an Ohio license plate.
The names of the suspects and the charges they’ll face were not released.
Homeowner Gloria Bucalo said this is the third time her fence has been hit in the 10 years she’s lived at the residence.
“I'm devastated. We haven't been hit for a long time and now all of a sudden I see what you see," she told WCPO crews at the scene.
Bucalo said she’s waiting to find out who’s going to pay for her fence.
No other information about the incident is available.