A police chase through San Francisco and down Highway 101 ended Saturday afternoon with the arrest of three shooting suspects in Mountain View.

A San Francisco police spokesman said officers spotted three men around 3:30 p.m. near Candlestick Point. Their vehicle matched the description of one wanted in connection with a Friday shooting that injured a 50-year-old man.

The driver refused to pull over and led officers through a chase of the Bayview neighborhood, at one point ramming a patrol car. When the suspects sped onto southbound 101, the California Highway Patrol took over pursuit, according to CHP Officer Daniel Hill.

Rainy conditions led the CHP to discontinue the pursuit out of safety concerns, Hill said. But the suspects apparently didn't slow down: They crashed on 101 near Ellis St., then fled on foot.

"We set up a perimeter with Mountain View police and the San Mateo County Sheriff," Hill said. Within 30 minutes, he said, all three suspects had been taken into custody. No one was injured.

San Francisco police Sgt. Eric O'Neal said the identities of the three suspects have not been released.

Contact Peter Delevett at 408-271-3638.