SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah (CNN/KTVX) - This suspected drunk driver reached 115 miles-per-hour at one point as he fled from police.
Robert Hills later admitted he was afraid of what might happen because he has a criminal record.
In the video above, you can see Hills getting pulled over the first time and then taking off, ready to lead the Utah Highway Patrol on a wild chase through Summit County.
The van speeds through construction areas and traffic without much hesitation.
Troopers called off the chase at least once for safety reasons, but they re-engaged and spiked the van's tires.
As it turns out, Hills' wife and four kids had been along for the ride.
"Not too smart to run too much when you have your four kids are in the car, right? You could've rolled or blow that spare tire, man," said a trooper on the scene.
The Utah Highway Patrol says they decided to stop Hills, despite the speed, because they were afraid he might hurt somebody if he continued down the road.
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