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The wild chase ends when police cars hit a racing Volkswagen – just a few meters from a school crossing


Dramatic moment A wild chase ends when police cars ram a frenzied Volkswagen and push it off the street – just a few meters from a school crossing

  • The police were called in to break into a house in the Victorian city of Wangaratta
  • A Volkswagen Golf raced away from home on Tuesday at 2 p.m.
  • The police chased the suspicious vehicle when it reached speeds of 190 km / h
  • The police slammed into the car, even though it was only a few meters from a school crossing

A wild chase ended when a police car crashed into a fast-moving Volkswagen and pushed him off the road – just a few meters from a cool intersection.

Police were called on Monday shortly after 2 p.m. to break into a house in the northeastern Victorian city of Wangaratta.

A black Volkswagen Golf raced through residential streets at 190 km / h when he left the property, and the police made several attempts to stop the vehicle.

The high-speed hunt ended when the police rammed the car, causing it to turn 180 degrees and stop from the road.

The vehicle came to rest near a school transition with a lollipop lady.

The police were called on Monday shortly after 2 p.m. to break into a house in the Victorian city of Wangaratta. A black Volkswagen Golf raced through residential streets at 190 km / h as it left the property

The two suspects involved in the high-speed chase were on trial in Benalla on Tuesday.

The police have justified ramming the raging car near the intersection.

& # 39; It was just a push. It worked very well, ā€¯inspector David Ryan told 7News.

"We had to stop this vehicle before it got into the school area and then into the central store [district]."

The high-speed hunt ended after the police hit the car, turned it 180 degrees, and came to a halt from the road

The high-speed hunt ended after the police hit the car, turned it 180 degrees, and came to a halt from the road

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