Two people were seriously injured following a high speed chase in Maries County. The Sheriff’s department reports the chase, which exceeded speeds of 100 mph began after the driver of the vehicle provided false information to an officer during a traffic stop on highway 28. Several local law enforcement agencies assisted with the pursuit along with the state highway patrol. The suspects’ vehicle eventually crashed on highway 17 near Crocker high school. The driver, who police suspect was intoxicated, is reported to be in stable condition while the passenger suffered serious, possibly life threatening injuries. Police are not releasing the suspects’ names at this time.