Baby found, resuscitated after police chase in Oklahoma

By DAVID HARPER & DYLAN GOFORTH - Tulsa World Modified: December 4, 2013 at 6:22 am •  Published: December 4, 2013

An unresponsive baby that was later resuscitated is expected to recover after being found Tuesday afternoon on the floorboard of a car that had been pursued by Tulsa police just a few minutes earlier, police said.

The baby's father, Andrew Michael Crowels, 18, of Tulsa, was arrested shortly after he got out of the car's driver's seat and ran away, police said.

The eastbound Pontiac sedan Crowels was driving was clocked going about 75 mph — at least 30 mph more than the speed limit — near 71st Street and Elwood Avenue and eventually ran through a red light at 71st and Riverside Drive, Capt. Cathy Reynolds said.

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