The felony murder rule states one who commits one of the jurisdiction's specified felonies which results in someone's death is guilty of murder.
Typically, this list includes arson, burglary, rape, and robbery.
The felony murder rule does have three notable limiting requirements:
In Furtherance of a Felony
The killing cannot be too remote from the felony. It must be performed "in furtherance of" the felony.
Evasion of law enforcement after a crime is usually considered part of the crime's commission.