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Thursday, April 15, 2021

"Try and run this roadblock, sucka"

SAN DIEGO (KGTV/KCBS/KCAL) - A San Diego semi-truck driver says he deliberately crashed into a pickup driven by a murder suspect, ending an hours-long police chase. 

The Tuesday night police chase of a pickup truck driven by a murder suspect began in Temecula, California, and wound through several counties. The chase included near collisions, the running of red lights, wrong-way driving and driving on sidewalks.

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  1. There's no way that truck is totaled. It suffered a few thousand dollars in damage from what I can see at the end of the video.

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    1. Dumbasss news presenters. THe hood can probably even be repaired with fiberglass vs replaced and no way any other damage occurred.

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  2. If I had that opportunity, I'd do the same thing.

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  3. I don’t think I’d have confessed to this being deliberate.

    Ed357

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  4. he said he just bought the truck so it's probably used. So figure 60 grand (ish, SWAG) that he bought it for.

    The hood alone is at least 8 grand (painted), the headlight assembly is over a grand, the little flares are probably a couple grand, wheels, etc. EASILY 20 grand worth of damage, probably more, lot of hidden emissions stuff on the sides.

    Plus he couldn't deliver that current load, plus he's out of business waiting for the truck to be fixed (weeks) and get parts. Yeah, he lost thousands of dollars. and at most he got a pat on the back.

    If the cops really wanted to stop the getaway guy they could have (their cars are "free"), i wouldn't do shit unless it was directly affecting me or mine. Not like the cops are on our side. and if he worked as a company driver he'd probably get fired. (he's an owner/op from the video).

    That country where a man did things that a man needs to do, that country is dead and gone and there's no reason to sacrifice for it anymore

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    1. Go read the link before disparaging the trucker, i would have done the same! Of course i only drive beaters that are cheap so no loss or not much of one for me,so yeah good on Ahhmed for stepping up to the plate!!! grayman

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  5. The GoFundMe is already nearly up to the cost he paid for the used truck. Good on 'im. Hope he makes a little for his trouble, and really hope he finds a good insurance agent that will back good deeds.

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  6. And no mention of the perp. Must be amish.

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