WEBSTER PARISH, LA (KSLA) – The 18-year-old accused of leading police on a high-speed chase in Webster Parish Tuesday that ended with a spectacular crash is now facing a charge that could land him in prison for life. dek

Police say Kevonte Dekorey Austin was at the wheel of the stolen Toyota Tacoma that went airborne after it hit spike strips in Dixie Inn early Tuesday afternoon, ending a chase that reached speeds of 115 miles per hour.

The pickup truck came crashing down on a Toyota Corolla parked at a restaurant off of Highway 371.

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Looks like the Duke brothers are at it again.

Despite the charges and overall lack of concern fro human life, you have to admit that this is one hell of a crash.

The chase reached speeds of 115mph and ended after the alleged hit a spike strip sending the truck flying through the air and crashing into a parked car.

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Thankfully no one was seriously injured.

But Mr. Austin might be behind bars for the rest of his life following this little ‘joy-ride’.

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