From a new report getting to us, an Australian prisoner was able to escape custody after a Jeep Wrangler crashed multiple times into the Toyota Camry corrective services vehicle he was being transported in last week.
The white Wrangler rammed into the Camry at the intersection, allowing the prisoner to escape
From the dashcam footage shared online on the shocking incident, it reveals how a white Wrangler rammed into the backside of the Camry at an intersection. Apparently, this collision resulted in huge damage to the rear of the car but that didn't stop the driver of the Jeep from ramming into it. They kept ramming into the Camry until it ran off the road.
As a result, the 28-year-old Kane Quinn, who happens to be the prisoner, managed to escape from the corrective services vehicle and fled the scene in the Jeep with one 28-year-old Lila Rosemary Walto.
Watch the clip here:
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According to further reports, the police later found the Jeep on fire and abandoned, one hour later in a nearby suburb. Fortunately, the escape wasn't for long as police found the man and the two women that aided the escape of the prisoner later that evening at a house in Canberra. The prisoner has been charged with escaping custody while Walto was charged with dangerous driving, property damage, car theft and assaulting frontline staff.
A witness identified as Annie di Silva, revealed that she was heading home from work when she saw the white Wrangler via the rearview mirror speeding beyond the 80 km speed limit. The witness added that the Jeep swerved and clipped the rear of the white Toyota Camry, where the Camry spanned out onto the median strip. Luckily, no one was injured in this incident.