A high-speed police chase came to a dramatic end on Wednesday (11 February) in Texas when a driver crashed into other vehicles, NBC reported.

Police had been chasing a robbery suspect in a white Dodge Challenger when the driver tried to squeeze between two vehicles that were stopped at a red light and crashed into them.

Jessica Liesmann and her passenger got out of one of the vehicles and attacked the driver, who crashed into their car, NBC said.

"And I saw him come behind me and hit me and I turned around and asked my son, 'Are you okay?' and he was like 'Yeah' - so I jumped out the car and was like, 'What the hell is wrong with you? You're in a school zone. What are you thinking?' I was just angry. You know I just lost my 4-year old child on the second day of school and to think of something else happening to another one of my kids I just can't imagine. I'm just grateful, first of all, that he's OK, and secondly that that guy's in jail," said Liesmann, the minivan driver.

Another minivan passenger, Jessica's 13-year-old son, was taken to a hospital by ambulance after the accident to be checked out and later released.

Police said the suspect would be charged with aggravated robbery and hit and run, local media reported.