Police in Timaru’s Station St on Sunday morning alongside a automotive which was deserted by a driver later charged with failing to cease and harmful driving.
A 44-year-old driver who did not cease for police south of St Andrews, in South Canterbury, after which drove to Timaru the place his automobile was spiked, earlier than he deserted it within the CBD, has been charged with failing to cease and harmful driving.
Police had been alerted of the harmful driver after receiving a criticism a couple of automobile travelling at extra pace on the Waimate Freeway simply after 10am on Sunday, a police spokesperson stated.
“The automobile was positioned quickly after and the driving force did not cease for police south of St Andrews,’’ they stated.
“The automobile was spiked in south Timaru.’’
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The automobile was then positioned deserted on Station St, after the driving force crashed right into a constructing, about 10.20am.
The motive force was apprehended close by about half-hour later, the spokesperson stated.
No-one was injured within the incident, they stated.