Massachusetts

Video: Police pummel driver after 2-state high-speed pursuit

  • This aerial image made from a helicopter video provided by WHDH shows Richard Simone kneeling and putting his hands on the ground after a high-speed police pursuit in Nashua, N.H., Wednesday, May 11, 2016. Moments later several officers rushed Simone and pummeled him. (Courtesy WHDH via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT; BOSTON OUT

    This aerial image made from a helicopter video provided by WHDH shows Richard Simone kneeling and putting his hands on the ground after a high-speed police pursuit in Nashua, N.H., Wednesday, May 11, 2016. Moments later several officers rushed Simone and pummeled him. (Courtesy WHDH via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT; BOSTON OUT  (The Associated Press)

  • This aerial image made from a helicopter video provided by WHDH shows several officers pummeling Richard Simone, who had exited his vehicle and kneeled on the ground after a high-speed police pursuit, in Nashua, N.H., Wednesday, May 11, 2016. The chase went through several towns before ending in Nashua. (Courtesy WHDH via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT; BOSTON OUT

    This aerial image made from a helicopter video provided by WHDH shows several officers pummeling Richard Simone, who had exited his vehicle and kneeled on the ground after a high-speed police pursuit, in Nashua, N.H., Wednesday, May 11, 2016. The chase went through several towns before ending in Nashua. (Courtesy WHDH via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT; BOSTON OUT  (The Associated Press)

Helicopter video of the end of a high-speed police pursuit from Massachusetts to New Hampshire shows a driver stepping slowly out of his truck, kneeling and putting his hands on the ground before several officers rush him and start pummeling him.

Authorities say the chase started Wednesday when a man wanted on multiple warrants refused to stop in Holden, Massachusetts. Police say the chase went through several towns and wrapped up in Nashua, New Hampshire, where the man was taken into custody.

WMUR-TV reports that when the man's pickup truck stopped on what appeared to be a dead-end street police surrounded it with their weapons drawn before the man stepped out. Police say the chase exceeded 100 mph.

The man's name hasn't been released. Police in Nashua haven't returned phone calls seeking comment.