Frightening moments early Monday for a little girl, after she rode in the backseat of a vehicle involved in a police chase across North Texas.
That chase sped through several cities and counties, starting in Greenville in Hunt County and ending over 40 miles away in East Dallas around 1 a.m.
Greenville Police said it started with a traffic stop around midnight. It's unknown why the vehicle fled.
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The chase continued down Interstate 30 and onto Interstate 635 in Dallas County, where the police said the vehicle exited and traveled the wrong way through residential areas at the Garland and Mesquite border with Dallas.
The vehicle came to a stop on its own near a church at La Prada Drive and Oates Drive.
Greenville PD had chased the vehicle to that location and was assisted by a Dallas Police Department helicopter.
Garland Police were also seen helping to secure the scene and other officers were observed comforting the little girl.
Two adults, the driver and a passenger, were arrested for felony evading, according to Greenville PD.
Greenville Police said the little girl is OK. No injuries were reported.