11 months ago

The hijacker’s car collapsed from a 100-foot bridge and caught fire to escape police chase

11 months ago

The driver, who was fleeing the police in a stolen Honda Civic, flew off a bridge in California, falling from a height of over 100 feet, after which the car caught fire.

According to the California Highway Patrol (CHP), the chase began on Sunday night, and the driver drove through several counties of the state, and in Crockett on the bridge Carquinez Bridge lost control of the car and flew down. According to the East Bay Times, the stolen car caught fire in a ground collision and the remains of the driver were so badly burned that investigators could not immediately identify him. The driver was the only person in the car. The car landed on a beach east of the bridge. The police said it was moving at “high speed” during the chase. California Highway Patrol Commissioner Warren Stanley called on drivers in the state to “resist the temptation” to drive at a higher speed. “Drivers are easier to see when they’re on an almost empty road,” he said. – Remember, taking care of each other goes beyond wearing masks and physical distance. Pay attention to the road, don’t drive intoxicated and take care of yourself and others. Don’t become sad statistics”.

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