WATCH: KC Police release video and radio traffic of Chiefs parade chase
Kansas City, Missouri Police released traffic cam video and police radio traffic as they tried to stop a driver who broke through a barricade on the Chiefs' victory parade route.
The video shows the car going through the staging area. You then see officers throwing out stop sticks, and positioning their vehicles to block the path.
Throughout the video, you can see spectators running away to avoid injury.
At one point they get the driver stopped on a bridge over I-70, only to have him reverse, back into a patrol car, then take off again.
The radio traffic states the driver hit stop sticks three times and all the car's tires were flat.
Police used tactical moves to force it to the side of the street, and box it in less than a block from the huge crowd gathered at Union Station.
No one was hurt in the chase.
Police arrested the driver, 42-year-old Addae Doyle of Kansas City, on charges including resisting arrest, possession of a controlled substance and driving while intoxicated.
Police say officers found meth in the car, and Doyle had amphetamines and cocaine in his system.