UK Teen arrested after police chase ends in dramatic crash in Cheetham Hill last minute news
MetiNews.Com - A BMW 3 series smashed into railings and a lamppost early this morning
Breaking News ! A teenager has been arrested after a police chase ended in a dramatic crash in Cheetham Hill this morning. A BMW 3 series failed to stop after being observed travelling 'at speed' on Shirley Road at around 4.25am, police said. A pursuit ensued which ended when the white BMW collided with railings and other street furniture on Cheetham Hill Road. Pictures from the scene showed a lamppost bent over as well as damaged fencing. Witnesses reported seeing paramedics treating someone inside the vehicle. Sign up to the free MEN email newsletter Get the latest updates from across Greater Manchester direct to your inbox with the free MEN newsletter You can sign up very simply by following the instructions here Police said no one required hospital treatment. One resident in a nearby flat opposite the crash said: "I woke up to a huge bang. Then all I heard was sirens.
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Cheetham Hill Road was closed for around four hours while the vehicle was recovered and the street was cleared of debris. A 19-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and failing to stop, police said. GMP said in a statement: "Shortly after 4.25am on Saturday 17 October 2020, police attempted to stop a white BMW 3 Series after observing it being driven at speed on Shirley Road, Manchester.
"The car failed to stop for officers and a brief pursuit ensued before the car collided with railings on Cheetham Hill Road. "A 19 year-old man was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and failing to stop for police and has since been released pending further enquiries. "No-one required hospital treatment and enquiries are ongoing. "Anyone with information should call police on 101 quoting incident number 531 of 17/10/2020, or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111."