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Out-of-Control Car Narrowly Misses Two Pedestrians

by Storyful 0:33 mins

Out-of-Control Car Narrowly Misses Two Pedestrians

by Storyful 0:33 mins

A 21-year-old man sustained head injuries after the car he was driving crashed near Hopwood Hall College, in the Manchester suburb of Rochdale, on August 9. The driver lost control of the vehicle at the junction of Dane Street and Manchester Road, police said. Greater Manchester Police released this CCTV footage of the incident on August 11, showing the car slamming into a pedestrian walkway and almost hitting two people. Credit: YouTube/GM Police

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