FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) -- A man who was killed after leading Indiana State Police on a chase on Interstate 69 has been identified.
ISP says 24-year-old Kedrin M. Jackson of Fort Wayne was driving a black 2019 Dodge Durango driving around 95 mph.
Jackson allegedly stopped in the middle of the interstate when an ISP trooper pulled him over.
Troopers say Jackson, after being pulled over, drove away at a high rate of speed.
The initial trooper tried to follow but was unable to after his car hit debris on the roadway, flattening his tire.
A second trooper was putting Stop Sticks ahead of the incident, but Jackson was able to avoid it.
Troopers say the Dodge Durango that Jackson was in was going over 100 mph when he tried to exit the interstate ar exit 311 for Lima Road.
Jackson was thrown from the car, which left the road and turned over a number of times.
Jackson was taken to a local hospital in critical condition and died a short time later at the hospital.
The crash and incident are being investigated by the Indiana State Police.
A full report will be turned over to the Allen County Prosecutor's Office on completion.