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LAWRENCE -

A car came very close to crashing into someone's home near Lawrence.

It started with a brief police chase after the officer tried to pull the driver over for a traffic stop. It ended on Conreid Drive, which is just southeast of 42nd and Post Road.

Eyewitness News arrived a short time after the crash.  The car struck a tree instead of an apartment complex.

The driver made a run for it and is still on the loose this morning.

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