10-year-old girl in coma after 130 mph chase ends in crash

SOUTH HOUSTON, Texas – A family, including a 10-year-old girl, was injured after a chase suspect crashed into their vehicle, going 130 to 140 mph in south Houston early Sunday.

The chase started around 1:20 a.m. in Dickinson when deputies attempted to stop a Chevrolet pickup truck for traffic violations near Termini Street and Highway 3, police said.

PHOTOS: Speeds reach 130 mph in chase from Dickinson to South Houston

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The driver, identified as Juan Alvizo, 28, of La Porte, refused to stop for officials, and the chase began near Highway 3 and Deats and ended at Highway 3 and Mississippi Street, police said.

The truck was involved in a crash, ending the chase, hitting a car near Highway 3 and Edgebrook, police said. Monica Bustos, her boyfriend, Mike Garcia and their daughter Annabella,10, were in that other car. The family was heading home from a friend’s house when their car was hit, flipping multiple times.

“I don’t even remember him hitting me,” said Garcia, who was driving. “I don’t even remember seeing no lights. I think I blacked out from there when he hit me.”

Garcia was treated for a broken rib. Bustos has several bruises on her face. Both are in wheelchairs.