A Nissan GT-R driver who was speeding was chased by the police after a long chase.
The scene took place a few days ago in the United States, in the state of Georgia: a saw of a police patrol in Forsyth County two vehicles driving at more than 160 km/h on the road while slalom between other usersand decided to pursuit the two conductors.
This video, taken by the camera on board the police car, shows a car chase long enough along Georgia State Highway 400 at speeds over 250 mph. Realizing that they were being chased by the police, the two student pilots parted ways, one left the highway and the other continued on its way.
An illegal street race in a Nissan GT-R
Law enforcement officers then decide to chase one of them, and the chase continues until they return to the town of Cumming, where the driver of the Nissan GT-R did not lift his foot. According to the authorities, he crossed the streets of the agglomeration at more than 160 km/h.
In radio contact with their supervisor, the police officers were then given the green light to tactical contact maneuver, trying to stop the driver of the GT-R by ramming the car on its side from the back. Hardly time to perform, that we can observe the powerful japanese sports car slow down, and the driver extends a hand to indicate surrender.
Speeding a Nissan GT-R
The driver of the Nissan GT-R is Tejas Desai, a 27-year-old man, and has been arrested by the police. He is already known to the police and has been seen driving almost 290 km/h the day before, without the police being able to intercept him. During his arrest, he told the police that he didn’t feel the need to stopbecause he had already driven more than 220 km/h…
He then thought of escaping the police, who were clearly smarter than him! Accused of reckless driving,driving too fast and hit and run, the young driver will have to answer to the court. A spokeswoman for the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office said police will not file additional charges against Desai.
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Source : Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office