Two Campbell County teenagers were hurt in a high-speed chase with a Virginia State Trooper on Wednesday.

The incident began shortly after 12:30 p.m. Wednesday on Route 29, near Lynchburg Airport. According to Virginia State Police, the car refused to stop. During the pursuit the car drove faster than 100 miles per hour, troopers say.

The car lost control on Spencer Road in Appomattox County and flipped on its roof. The driver and a passenger were ejected from the car. Their injuries are not life-threatening.

The 17-year-old driver from Concord and a 16-year-old passenger from Rustburg were taken to Lynchburg General Hospital. Neither teen was wearing a seat belt.

Marijuana was recovered from the scene, according to investigators.

Charges are pending.