A driver has been arrested and drugs recovered after a police pursuit across North Yorkshire.
At 11.45pm last night, a member of the public contacted officers as they were concerned about how a vehicle was being driven on the A64 near York.
The control room passed the details to a traffic unit that was on patrol in the area.
Police say: “Within ten minutes our unit had located the vehicle and lights and sirens were used to request the vehicle to stop.
“But it made off at speeds in excess of 120mph.”
North Yorkshire Police added: “We sent further units towards the area and called the police helicopter for assistance.
“However, within 15 mins the vehicle had crashed into a parked car in the village of Rillington. Our officers provided first aid to the driver with help from members of the public.”
An ambulance arrived and the driver was taken to hospital to be checked over.
Officers searched the vehicle and found “a large quantity of what is suspected to be class-A drugs and class-B drugs in the vehicle as well as a large quantity of cash”.
“A 29-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of burglary, possession with intent to supply a class-A drug and a class-B-drug, dangerous driving, failing to stop for the police and driving whilst under the influence of drugs.
He is in custody.