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Georgia police clocked a 33-year-old man who is going to be at least 131 km / hr while driving on a highway on Saturday morning, before it crashed.
An unknown suspect evaded police while driving his Volvo to Go. 400 in Alpharetta before crashing into a concrete median and flip over a guardrail, according to a Facebook post by the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety and security.
The police are trying to catch up with the taxi driver who allegedly accelerated when he saw the flashing blue lights from the officer’s vehicle.
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“He was trying to exit at the McFarland Pkwy, but I was going too fast, went off the air in McFarland, hit the concrete median, and flipped over the guardrail. He was able to walk out of it,” according to the police, in a statement.
The 33-year-old unidentified suspect evaded the police and was clocked going 131 km / h before he crashed his vehicle into a concrete median, and flipped over a guardrail, according to a Facebook post by the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety and security.
(The Alpharetta Department of Public Safety and security)
Photos of the incident show that the destroyed vehicle is towed from the rear of the rail, as well as the defendant (131 km / h and the speed is caught on the officer’s radar gun.
The man was charged with driving under the influence, driving with an open container of alcohol, reckless driving, speeding, fleeing and that he was from the police.
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“While the driver is facing several charges, and we are very thankful that we didn’t have to deliver a death notification to someone else in the family,” the ministry said.
She added: “People will get in touch with your friends and family, share this post, and please be careful out there.”
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An Alpharetta police spokesman told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution the name of the driver, and the booking data will not be available until Monday.