OVERTON, NE — A semi driver is in custody after authorities say he injured a state trooper, led police on a more than 100-mile pursuit and engaged in an hour-long standoff.

The Nebraska State Patrol says a trooper stopped a semi pulling a flatbed on Interstate 80 near Lincoln. After the semi pulled over, it reversed into the patrol vehicle, injuring the trooper.

A news release says the semi fled and a pursuit started in Seward County. The driver attempted to hit several patrol cars and kept driving despite multiple sets of stop sticks taking out some of the semi’s tires.

Troopers eventually stopped the semi just east of the Overton exit. The release says the driver refused to exit the semi, prompting troopers to shut down the interstate. After an hour, the state patrol deployed a K-9 unit into the cab of the semi and the man exited.

56-year-old Kasey Martinson of Sanborn, North Dakota is in custody and charges are pending. The injured trooper was treated for minor injuries and released from a Lincoln hospital. The pursuit lasted for about 150 miles and the whole saga took about four hours.