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Car ends up in lake after police chase in Georgia

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The car rolls into a lake after a chase in Georgia on Oct. 2, 2021. (Forsyth County Sheriff's Office)

A police chase in Georgia that reached speeds over 130 miles-per-hour came to an end with a car in a lake and two teens in handcuffs.

The Forsyth County Sheriff's Office shared video of the chase on Facebook, which took place earlier this month.

A deputy on speed patrol spotted the car flying down State Road 400 at 90 mph. The driver refused to pull over.

The car eventually crashed through a barrier at a marina.

Two people bolted from the car, which kept rolling slowly into a lake.

Deputies towed the car from the lake.

They found the two suspects hiding under a deck at the marina.

Deputies arrested Edward Anthony, 18; and Angel De Los Santos Cruz, 19. They told deputies they borrowed the car from a friend.

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Anthony faces charges of DUI drugs, obstruction, fleeing to elude, speeding, reckless driving and fail to report striking a fixed object.

Cruz faces a charge of obstruction.