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A police chase in Louisiana came to a dramatic end when a truck soared through the air and landed on a parked auto Wednesday afternoon.
A pickup truck flies through the end in the spectacularly end to a high-speed chase in the US.
This incredible video of a police chase in Louisiana is something you don't see everyday.
He led officers in a chase that ended when his truck hit some spike strips, swerved and then went airborne.
The truck landed on top of another vehicle, but the person inside escaped unhurt.
"I felt around to see if I was hurt and could tell that I was OK". A woman, Barbara Harlon, was in the auto at the time but somehow escaped unhurt.
"I saw the underside of a vehicle coming at me, right at my face, and I went to the right sitting in my auto", Barbara Harlon said.
He had been in jail for auto theft and had escaped custody when ditching a work-release programme after finishing his shift.
Both the original driver and the chase driver were taken into custody.
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