SYLMAR, Calif. - When you think of a police chase through a highway, whether it's busy or not, scenes from the many Fast and Furious movies come to mind, but for police officers in Sylmar, it was more like "Driving Miss Daisy."
Police there followed a man after he was accused of waving a weapon. Moments later, the man took police through a chase.
The truck however, never made it past 20 miles per hour, and police tried to stop him three times.
The driver of the truck surrendered after two women ran out to the car with their hands in the air.
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