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Thursday, 7 May 2020

Terrifying dash cam footage captures TEN-year-old boy’s 55mph joyride as he swerves police cars and oncoming traffic and tells his scared sister 'the cops just can't catch us'

A terrifying dash cam video shows what happened when a ten-year-old boy racer with his sister, four, took their father’s Toyota Highlander for a spin.
The unnamed Russian boy drove at up to 55mph as his frightened sister called out for her absent parents and warned him they would be caught and caged in police cells.
The boy from Tomsk drove for part of the joyride on the wrong side of the road in dangerous wet conditions - and ended up coming to rest on a railway track.
Fortunately no one was hurt during the drive on May 4.

The Russian boy took his father's Toyota Highlander in the Tomsk region. He had his four-year-old sister also sitting in the car
The Russian boy took his father's Toyota Highlander in the Tomsk region. He had his four-year-old sister also sitting in the car
Dash cam footage shows the car dodging oncoming traffic as police vehicles remain in pursuit
Dash cam footage shows the car dodging oncoming traffic as police vehicles remain in pursuit
During his several miles at the wheel in the rain, he overtook several cars and passed a police vehicle.
'The cops just can’t catch us,' he boasted to his scared sister, called Eva.
'Yes, they will put us in a cage,' she warned him.
Earlier, as he swerved around a Siberian highway to avoid oncoming traffic and overtake vehicles, she called out for her missing parents, and cried.
She wailed: 'Daddy, daddy, daddy, daddy, daddy, daddy, mummy?'

Her brother said: 'That's it, Eva, don't cry, don't cry…Don't cry, my sweet one, don't cry.'
As he passed the police car, he said 'normal' - thinking they would not give chase.
He soon appeared to lose control of the Highlander, a midsize SUV, as he came to rest across a railway track.
'That's it, Eva, my baby,' he said, trying to reassure her before police arrived.
Russian police are expected to fine the parents for the incident. Pictured is the view from the car as it moves to dodge oncoming traffic
Russian police are expected to fine the parents for the incident. Pictured is the view from the car as it moves to dodge oncoming traffic
The boy led police on a high-speed chase before he hit a railway track (pictured)
The boy led police on a high-speed chase before he hit a railway track (pictured)
Police footage shows officers swarming around the car.
The children were checked for any injuries and returned to their parents.
A police statement said that the children’s parents - who were shopping at the time - had been 'brought to administrative responsibility'.
They are expected to be fined for 'improper performance of parental duties and lack of control over the behaviour of the minor'.
The Tomsk region has been in lockdown due to coronavirus since March 31. 

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