The driver of a Ford Mustang crashed his muscle car while trying to run away from police in Arkansas.
The incident happened earlier this month. Cruise camera footage from an original police cruiser shows Mustang crept past a police car on the highway. When the driver crossed this line, police rushed behind him and turned on their flashing lights to start stopping when he was traveling 78 mph in the 65 mph zone.
However, instead of stopping, the driver pressed on the gas, chasing the authorities.
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It is understood that this Mustang is equipped with a supercharger from Roush, which means it can reach output of up to 700 horsepower. This explains why the driver can quickly accelerate away and open the distance with the patrol vehicle that does not seem to exceed 150 mph (242 km / h). However, with the help of additional forces, the police were able to track his movements.
Shortly after exiting Interstate 30 near Little Rock, Arkansas, a driver crashed into two other vehicles and was found to have smashed his Mustang into the front of a building.
The driver, Kendrick Ellis Price, admitted reaching 286 km / h during the chase and was charged with speeding, felony running by car, reckless driving and resisting arrest. Worse yet, Price was pardoned at the time, granted in 2016 after serving a seven-year 40-year sentence for kidnapping, robbery and theft.