23 thoughts on “Multiple car crash after chase

  1. The local agencies (Volusia County, Daytona Beach, and others) do a good job of using their tactics to try and reduce bystander injuries and losses. They only pursue for serious stuff and they call off the pursuit when it becomes too dangerous. They fall back and use Air One to maintain contact and the radio to get someone with stop sticks out in front of the target vehicle. They only use the PIT maneuver when there's no other cars around OR someone is driving so reckless that a more serious crash is likely to happen as a result of not stopping them immediately. For less serious stuff they enter the tag into the watch list for the LPR system and then wait for a hit instead of continuing to chase.

  2. Once again punk cops exposing innocent American citizens to possible death and serious injury. The cop tailed him at the 1:32 mark and the guy knew it. Off to the races. They identified the vehicle and had every opportunity to block his parked vehicle and or exits of the shopping center. But hey,there is no fun in that. We(cops) deserve a nice high speed adrenaline rush to break up our boring day.

    "More than 5,000 bystanders and passengers have been killed in police car chases since 1979, and tens of thousands more were injured as officers repeatedly pursued drivers at high speeds and in hazardous conditions, often for minor infractions, a USA TODAY analysis shows."

    "IN JULY 2018, SIX PEOPLE WERE KILLED IN YANKTON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA WHEN A FLEEING DRIVER CROSSED OVER INTO ONCOMING TRAFFIC AND COLLIDED HEAD-ON WITH A NISSAN SENTRA. THE FLEEING DRIVER, HIS PASSENGER AND ALL FOUR OCCUPANTS OF THE NISSAN, INCLUDING TWO CHILDREN, WERE KILLED."

    IN NOVEMBER 2017, A SEVEN-MONTH-OLD BOY AND HIS TWO-YEAR-OLD SISTER WERE KILLED IN EVANSVILLE, INDIANA WHEN A DRIVER BLEW THROUGH A STOP SIGN WHILE ATTEMPTING TO EVADE POLICE IN PURSUIT. THEIR FATHER, THE DRIVER OF THE VEHICLE THE CHILDREN WERE IN, SUFFERED SEVERE HEAD TRAUMA AND DIED WEEKS LATER.

    From the Finelaw firm
    From 2014-2018, fifty-six percent of people k*lled during police pursuits were someone other than the fleeing driver.

    But that is OK, we can just add the names to the over 8500 death shootings by police since 2013 continuing at three per day.
    See the "k*lling fields of blood red America" here
    mappingpoliceviolence(dot)org

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