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Car chase gone wrong! LASTMA vehicle falls over while chasing car in Lagos

By Jane Osuagwu
Publish on October 19, 2019

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Law enforcement agencies chasing motorists is inevitable and sometimes it leads to serious consequences. This car chase by LASTMA officers resulted in their car falling over. See pictures below!

When a car chase goes wrong! This isn't a fast and furious movie where you get to see Nissan Skyline, Mitsubishi Eclipse or Ford Mustang cars speeding up on the streets though.

A LASTMA patrol vehicle was spotted as it fell to its side while chasing a car in Lagos State.


The LASTMA vehicle fell while chasing a car in Lagos

The report says the LASTMA officers chased the car from Onipanu to Maryland, Mushin, where their monitoring vehicle fell over.


The guy they chased must have watched Fast and furious too many times

The guy who captured the incident on the video said its payback time for LASTMA officers.

Here's the video, as shared by beloved readers of Naijauto!

The LASTMA vehicle came to the end of the chase after falling over

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The car being pursued fled and wasn't caught as it outran the LASTMA vehicle.

Some Lagosians who watched the video as it was posted on social media has reacted to it.

See some reactions.

sexycat: Awon were, chasing to go colllect bride and almost got themselves killed grin grin grin grin

stacyadamscheesy angry grin useless people,small authouriity wey dem get dem dey do any how

mirable001: good riddance to bad rubbish

jetland: The guy they chased must have watched Fast and furious too many times grin

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Jane Osuagwu is an automotive writer at Naijauto.com.She's a car enthusiast who loves creating educative and informative topics on cars, ranging from maintenance tips to updates on the latest trend in the auto industry in mechanically yet friendly writing. 

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