WINDSOR, Colo. (CBS4) — A high-speed chase that started in Wyoming Thursday came to an abrupt end in Windsor, near the Vestas wind turbine plant. Investigators say Frank Lopez, 29, was in a stolen SUV when he drove into Wellington and stole another car from the driveway of a home.

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Deputies spotted the newly stolen vehicle and pursued the suspect southbound on Interstate 25. Officials said the suspect left I-25 onto westbound Highway 14 towards Fort Collins and the pursuit was called off for safety reasons.

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Deputies monitored the location of the suspect, and began pursuing the stolen vehicle east of Timnath. The pursuit was terminated again for safety as the suspect entered Windsor.

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The suspect was located east of Windsor near the Vestas manufacturing facility. The suspect entered Vestas property and crashed into a turbine blade.

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The vehicle was wedged under the massive blade, and Lopez started running through the property.

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Investigators say the driver got out of the damaged car and ran. After a short foot chase, the suspect was taken into custody.

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Investigators say Lopez had multiple felony and misdemeanor warrants out of Boulder County for kidnapping and violating probation.

Lopez now faces addition charges, including vehicle theft and vehicular eluding.

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Multiple agencies, including Weld County Sheriff’s Office, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office, Greeley Police, Windsor Police and the Colorado State Patrol were involved in the pursuit.

Dillon Thomas