The world was really buzzing and by March there were some problems with the U.S. police force. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.
I reminded you of this in a tweet today:
Luckily, the officer’s guide was good, and the cars he arrived in weren’t full of people, so incredibly it didn’t result in any injuries.
It’s hard to think of a situation where driving on this public road really makes sense; Police have radios and helicopters and all sorts of resources that travel quickly by car that can be used to track or at least identify a suspect.
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In this case, it’s even more ridiculous when you realize that the whole drive started because the drive failed.
Of course, this doesn’t make it dangerous, and seeing pole lights is usually a scary idea, but how dangerous it is to start a high-speed chase like this scale, especially when police drive SUVs that react similarly to high-speed intersection. Not to mention that the old school, low, body-on-frame Crown Vix has done.
The amount of wind that was caught surprised the driver, as he lost control soon after landing. You could argue that more driver training would help, but at the same time, it’s hard to know what positive benefits this high-speed behind-the-scenes video provides.
Of course, there are many more problems with the passing police now, which in some perverted way makes it feel like returning to an almost innocent time.
That was just two months ago.