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Shocking footage shows car smashing into parked truck after running over spike mat (VIDEO)

A video filmed from in the pickup shows a horrific end from what started being an GTA-style car chase following a blue Chevrolet Cobalt refused to pull over, running over a tire-bursting strip and ramming two vehicles eventually.

Dale H. Tucker was arrested in Raymond, Cumberland County, On Sunday after he caused the three-vehicle crash maine. The 29-year-old was attempting to avoid a stinger road trap, which police had create to avoid him from fleeing.

The footage, filmed from in the parked vehicle by local resident Tyler Bisson, shows the speeding Chevy veering off the street as Tucker tries to evade the spike mat on the roadway.

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However, the spikes puncture the rear-left tire of his car, making Tucker lose control of the automobile, which smashes right into a truck and another sedan then. The brief moment the Chevrolet collides with the truck at full speed was captured by Bisson, who kept filming the chaos.

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The impact shatters windows, while a petrified female passenger in Bisson’s pickup asks him to call her mom.

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The passengers and driver of a Buick, another vehicle that has been rammed in the incident, weren’t so lucky. Barbara Young, 82, was in the driver seat at the brief moment of impact, and was taken up to hospital. Her passengers, two men aged 61 and 91, were admitted to Maine INFIRMARY also. The victims’ injuries are non-life-threatening, however.

Miraculously, the Chevrolet driver is and survived likely to face multiple charges once he could be released from hospital.

Tucker have been sought by police over “a domestic situation” in Casco, where he threatened drive to a residence in a nearby town to “cause harm.”

A sheriff deputy stopped and spotted Tucker at a busy intersection, ordering him to pull at a parking lot. The driver, however, sped and fled up. Police chased him for approximately half of a mile but were forced to let him go as he was driving extremely recklessly, plus they made a decision to instead deploy a spike trap.