In fact, the offence as written today is that a person commits the offence who, while fleeing from the police, drives dangerously and injures or kills someone. The only purpose of that specific offence was to raise the maximum penalty, in the case of bodily harm, from 10 years to 14 years and, in the case of death, from 14 years to life.
By raising the maximums for dangerous driving causing bodily harm and death, there's no need for those particular offences. The actual flight from police simpliciter, if I can call it that, remains as an offence. If people fleeing from the police drive dangerously and injure someone, they would face a charge of dangerous driving causing bodily harm and would face a separate charge of flight from police under the new provisions.