A wild police chase that started in New York City ended over 70 miles away, in the Hudson Valley.

Mark Lieb of Rockland Video was on the scene. He tells Hudson Valley Post that the police pursuit, which began in the New York City area, ended over 70 miles away in Orange County.

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No word on the man's charges, or identity, as of this writing. Police wouldn't get Lieb of Rockland Video close enough to get a shot of the suspect.

The police chase ended safely with no injuries, officials say.

Video from the scene, courtesy of Rockland Video, can be seen below.

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