Dallas, TX, police are looking for the driver of the car that rammed and flipped another vehicle, sending all four of its occupants to the hospital with serious injuries. Officers were dispatched to the 3600 block of North Jim Miller Road at 2:30 a.m.; four people were reported injured in the major accident. When they arrived, officers discovered how major: They found a silver car that had collided into a street light with such force the car yanked the pole and its concrete base out of the ground. The car had turned over. The occupants—two men and two women, according to initial reports—told police what had happened: They’d just left a club at Dilido Road and East R.L. Thornton Freeway and, for reasons still not clear, another car began to follow them. The car stayed with them all the way to Jim Miller Road where, they told police, the driver rammed them from behind and sent them into the street light. The suspect then drove off. All four passengers were transported to Baylor University Medical Center. The suspect, last seen in a black car, will be charged with aggravated assault with a motor vehicle.