In the United States, Chinese students drive BMW and speeding up with the police.

In the United States, Chinese students driving a BMW are suspected of speeding and chasing the police.

China News Service, February 22, according to the US “Qiao Bao” reported that on the evening of the 20th, an 18-year-old Chinese student was suspected of being snake-shaped driving on a highway lane near downtown Los Angeles. And the speeding was signaled by the patrolman, but the man driving a white BMW sedan accelerated the car despite the police’s orders, causing the police to chase on two highways near Los Angeles. The chase speed once reached 192 kilometers per hour. The police finally forced the car to stop by the car chasing technique that hit the rear bumper, when at least two passengers were on board.

At 8:30 pm on the evening of the 20th, the police issued a parking signal to a suspected snake-shaped driving and speeding vehicle, but the driver did not comply with the police instructions. The police then began chasing the suspected illegal vehicle. During the chase, the speed was as high as 192 kilometers per hour (about 122 miles). In order to stop the illegal vehicle, the police adopted the “Precision Stop” technology (PIT), which is to force the vehicle to stop by the police car chasing the rear bumper trying to escape the vehicle. The police finally forced him to park at 9:15 that night.

According to the police report, the male driver was “an 18-year-old student from China who was enrolled in Irvine. “This Chinese student once told a reporter on NBC TV that his BMW ” is a new car, the driver’s license he got only two months ago.” According to NBC TV, the driver said that he was afraid of the police and said he did not know why he was chased by the police. It is not yet known the identity of two passengers in the same car.

It is reported that since the driver has complied with the provisions of the main traffic sign during the escape process, the charge for the indictment is relatively low. (Zhou Huiyi)

Responsible Editor: Zhao Yanlong

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