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Shocking Dashcam Shots Shows The Moment When A Stolen Car Intentionally Steers Into Traffic In The Other Way

Shocking police dashcam shots of high-speed pursuit show that the "unlicensed driver in a stolen car" deviates from traffic coming in the opposite direction

  • Dashcam images show the moment when a stolen car drives towards innocent drivers
  • Three people were accused of the alleged dangerous driving of a stolen car
  • He evaded the police for almost an hour while running down the wrong side of the road
  • The supposed unlicensed driver drove towards cars that came in the opposite direction

Lauren Ferri for Daily Mail Australia

Shocking police dashcam shots show the moment when a supposed unlicensed driver inside a stolen car moves away from traffic coming in the opposite direction during a chase.

Three people were dragged from inside the Volkswagen Polo after a dangerous one-hour police chase in Oakey, 160 kilometers west of Brisbane.

Police confirmed that the group, two men aged 33 and 23 and a woman of 26, were slapped with a series of charges that included theft, obstruction of the police and the illegal use of a motor vehicle.

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Shocking Dashcam Shots Shows The Moment When A Stolen Car Intentionally Steers Into Traffic In The Other Way

Shocking Dashcam Shots Shows The Moment When A Stolen Car Intentionally Steers Into Traffic In The Other Way

The dashcam filming begins with the alleged stolen vehicle that deviates in front of a car coming in the opposite direction.

The innocent motorist immediately deviates from the road to avoid being hit by the car.

The vehicle takes off once more, repeating the same dangerous maneuver, this time narrowly avoiding a police car approaching trying to stop the car.

The footage begins when the stolen vehicle is tilted in front of a car coming in the opposite direction

The footage begins when the stolen vehicle is tilted in front of a car coming in the opposite direction

The footage begins when the stolen vehicle is tilted in front of a car coming in the opposite direction

A woman and two men were arrested and charged, in court on Monday

A woman and two men were arrested and charged, in court on Monday

A woman and two men were arrested and charged, in court on Monday

The police managed to set stings in two places on the Oakey Crosshill road, which blew out two of the stolen vehicle's tires.

They continued for five minutes before stopping at a rural property on Oakey Biddeston Road.

The trio was charged and is expected to appear in Toowoomba Magistrates Court on Monday for dangerous pranks.

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