How to stop a pursuit

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Radar Identified
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How to stop a pursuit

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This happened a couple of years ago, but still... Looks like an effective way to stop a pursuit.



Look at the sparks fly! :lol:


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That WAS awesome! Cops have all the fun.


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If it wasn't for the "putting your life on the line", I would have considered being a cop.

And yeah, that looked like fun.
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If I remember correctly the highway was closed ahead due to a collision, and traffic was backed up. A wise choice in taking this car out to prevent serious bodiyl harm or death to those stopped a few km ahead. The camera person had been on the overpass filming a new report for the collision ahead and turned around to capture this footage. Good work on all...even media
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I still don't get it why the passenger hasn't told the driver to pull over and why he hasn't immediately surrendered to the cops. The driver was just a drunken idiot. I guess you are who you're with.




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