We all love a good televised car chase, don’t we? Let’s take a look at three of the top real-life car chases in history.
In Dayton, Ohio, a man who was just released from court custody fled from the police. Of course, he was quickly arrested again. Cops arrested him earlier for possession of alcohol and marijuana in a parked car. Apparently, that man didn’t know what “released” means.
In Garden City, NJ, a police officer’s dashboard camera captured an odd chase. The police department there refers to the incident as “The Ghost Car.”
The police thought they were behind a swerving drunk driver. But when they approached a fence he’d crashed into, something wasn’t right. The driver and the car had disappeared completely. Yikes. I hope ghosts offer insurance for bad drivers.
The white Ford bronco. Bystanders and football fans parked on the freeway with “Go O.J.” signs. Ninety-five million viewers tuned into the OJ Simpson car chase of June 17, 1994. That’s five million more than that year’s Super Bowl!