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Pasco County, Florida — Body camera video shows a speeding driver crashing into a sheriff's deputy patrol car.

The dramatic crash happened in Holiday, northwest of Tampa in Pasco County.

The video shows a deputy taking a radio call about a robbery suspect driving more than 100 miles per hour down US 19.

Seconds later, a yellow Ford Mustang flies through the intersection, loses control, and clips the front end of a training deputy's SUV. Investigators estimated the suspect was going 70 miles per hour at the time of the crash.

The sheriff's office said the suspect ran off. Deputies captured him after a short chase. They needed to use a Taser to bring him into handcuffs.

The suspect, identified as 29-year-old Justin Scott Capell, faces multiple charges including robbery by sudden snatching, auto burglary, possession of certain drugs without a prescription, and possession of cocaine. Capell told deputies he had smoked a large amount of narcotics, including cocaine and meth, over the past three days and didn't want to go back to prison.

Both the deputy-in-training and suspect went to the hospital with minor injuries.

Background Info Last Updated: 11/28/18

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