We've all seen high speed car chases on tv and in the movies. They're as fun to write as they are to watch. In considering what to write from the picture above, consider whether your point of view character is in a car or on foot? Are the police after her because she's committed a crime, or is he being falsely accused? Does your character know the neighborhood and streets? Is he driving? Is she heading to a dead end? Is there someone who helps her escape or does she get captured?
Remember, your goal as the writerisn't to describe the scene for the sake of description. Rather, you have to see what's happening through the eyes of your character. So when setting the scene in your thriller, it's important to have some background understanding of what's happened to your character before this scene, because you need his or her point of view in order to set the scene rather than simply describe it.
The mood of the scene is determined by your character's feelings, moment to moment. This is what will get the reader to root for him or her to escape!