An overspeeding Dodge Charger crashed into the woods killing four people and injuring two others on a Georgia highway early Sunday.
The Monroe Country police said the car was running at the speed of 169mph before it crashed.
A Monroe County deputy said the car was zipping along at 102 mph on I-75 just after midnight before the driver increased the speed to 137 mph.
At this instance, the deputy tried to pull over the Charger, but instead of stopping, the driver hit the gas even harder, reaching 169 mph.
Minutes later the overspeeding car crashed into the woods along a nearby exit ramp.
The local police said the two injured are now undergoing treatment at a local hospital.
The police added that three guns were also recovered from the wreckage.