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Autopsy scheduled on suspect in 21-mile police pursuit

March 20, 2017 05:24 PM

An autopsy was scheduled Monday on the driver state police say led them on a 21-mile chase, then deliberately crashed into a dump truck.

That chase followed a domestic dispute Saturday night in Schoharie County.

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State police say they tried to stop 36-year-old Emmanuel Humprheys but he took off.

During that time, he called his girlfriend saying he wanted to die.

Officers say he then drove into a dump truck in Rotterdam, splitting his car in two.

Two troopers who were injured in the incident were treated at Ellis Hospital and released.

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