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Truck with no front tires leads cops on wild chase in video


A truck driver is in custody after leading Alabama police on a four county pursuit early Friday morning.

The pursuit reportedly began just after midnight in Randolph County, Alabama, when police attempted to make a traffic stop. The truck driver sped off and the pursuit began, leading police through Chambers County into Lee County and finally into Russell County.

Police attempted to stop the truck with spike strips at some point during the pursuit, but the truck driver continued the pursuit for several miles without front tires, according to WRBL.

The crash finally ended when the truck crashed into a median in Russell County.

The truck driver resisted arrest and had to be tased by police.

You can check out part of the pursuit in the videos below.

This is how they roll in Lafayette

Posted by Jonathan Brown on Friday, August 2, 2019

WILD VIDEO: Deputies say a dangerous high speed chase involving a Mack Truck careened through four east Alabama counties Friday morning Details->bit.ly/2ywkPuu

Posted by Elizabeth White on Friday, August 2, 2019

Information on the identity of the truck driver and the charges he might face has not yet been released.


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