The driver of a stolen truck led police in the Oklahoma City area onto interstates, through neighborhoods, in and out of farm fields, leaving officers trailing in a cloud of dust.
News cameras caught the action as the truck cut through parking lots, squeezed through gates and crossed double yellow lines, barely missing oncoming traffic.
For nearly three hours police chased Brenton Hager, 25, who went on Facebook Live during part of the chase.
"Grandma, love you," he said at one point in the video.
Police threw stop sticks in front of the truck several times but the driver always managed to get around them.
And several times officers had their guns trained on the suspect but did not shoot.
He stopped at one point to pull the toolbox from the bed of the truck when a civilian with a firearm shot out the suspects back tire.
Hager continued driving on the rim, spinning broadies in a field.
The chase got very tense when a cop car hit the pick up, almost sending it into a news van.
The driver finally came to a stop after accidentally backing into a small pond.
He revved his tires to try to get out then jumped out of the vehicle and started running, his pants falling down.
That's when police tased Hager, ending the chase.