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Fleeing driver hit 120 mph on I-5 north of Eugene

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EUGENE, Ore. -- Oregon State Police say a fleeing driver reached a speed of 120 miles per hour with his 3-year-old son in the back seat during a 40-mile chase on I-5 Tuesday afternoon north of Eugene.
The chase ended when the fleeing car collided with another car on an off ramp. No one was injured.
Troopers arrested 32-year-old Kameron Michael Payne of McCleary, Wash., on charges of reckless driving, attempting to elude and endangering another person. The 3-year-old boy who was in a child safety seat was taken into protective custody by welfare workers with the state Department of Human Services.

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