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Shocking moment as VW Golf is chased by police, car dealership crashes and causes £270,000 in damage

Shocking moment as VW Golf is chased by police and drives into a luxury car dealership causing £270,000 in damage to the vehicles in the forecourt

  • Camera images show how the VW Golf crashes into cars at the Huddersfield dealer
  • Crash caused £270,000 worth of damage to four nearly new vehicles for sale
  • West Yorkshire police arrested two men, 42 and 31, after the dramatic chase

This is the shocking moment when a police-chased VW Golf drives into a luxury car dealership in Huddersfield.

CCTV footage shows the vehicle climbing the curb and driving through a gate into a row of cars in the forecourt of the Enkae Prestige dealership in Crosland Moor.

The dramatic end of the high-speed chase caused £270,000 in damage to two Mercedes-Benz A45 AMGs, a Mercedes-Benz C63 S AMG and an Audi RS5 Sportback.

This is the shocking moment when a VW Golf is chased by the police and drives into a luxury car dealership in Huddersfield

This is the shocking moment when a VW Golf is chased by the police and drives into a luxury car dealership in Huddersfield

CCTV footage shows the vehicle ramping up the curb and driving through a gate into a row of cars in the forecourt of the Enkae Prestige dealership in Crosland Moor

CCTV footage shows the vehicle ramping up the curb and driving through a gate into a row of cars in the forecourt of the Enkae Prestige dealership in Crosland Moor

The dramatic end of the high speed chase caused £270,000 in damage to two Mercedes-Benz A45 AMGs, a Mercedes-Benz C63 S AMG and an Audi RS5 Sportback

The dramatic end of the high speed chase caused £270,000 in damage to two Mercedes-Benz A45 AMGs, a Mercedes-Benz C63 S AMG and an Audi RS5 Sportback

West Yorkshire Police arrested two men, 42 and 31, at the scene following the July 13 crash.

They were arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving, failure to stop for the police, failure to provide a copy, possession of an offensive weapon and drug offences.

Sales director James Brown said he was “stunned” by CCTV footage of the crash.

“Just 30 minutes before the accident, the three of us were all standing in the exact same spot where the car crashed,” he told the Huddersfield Examiner.

West Yorkshire Police arrested two men, 42 and 31, at the scene following the July 13 crash.  They were arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving, failing to stop for the police, failing to provide a copy, possession of an offensive weapon and drug offenses

West Yorkshire Police arrested two men, 42 and 31, at the scene following the July 13 crash. They were arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving, failing to stop for the police, failing to provide a copy, possession of an offensive weapon and drug offenses

James Brown, the dealer's sales director, said he was sickened by the damage, all of which was sustained by the dealer's highest value vehicles.

James Brown, the dealer’s sales director, said he was sickened by the damage, all of which was sustained by the dealer’s highest value vehicles.

He added that he was sick of the damage, all of which was sustained by the dealer’s highest value vehicles.

“Business has been good since we reopened and we’ve doubled in size and pushed hard to invest in new stocks, so this is a real blow,” he said. am online.

“This is not an easy stock to come by and those cars are really irreplaceable.

‘At the moment it is mainly about collecting the insurance money. At this point we don’t know if the driver of the Golf was insured and if this will all come out of our policy.’

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