INDIANOLA, IA -
Police in Indianola, Iowa have released the dash cam video of the crash that ended a high-speed chase Friday.
The video shows a car speeding through the city, then slamming into an empty police car.
At one point, officers were going 110-miles per hour, but couldn't keep up.
After the crash, officers say they found the driver, Jeremiah Eldon Johnson, dead... then heard cries from a child who was found on the floor of the car.
The child had been reported missing in December.
Johnson was wanted in Georgia on child cruelty and reckless driving charges.
No word yet on his relationship to the child.
See the video for yourself in the player above.
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