The video above shows a police chase that ends when the suspect crashes into a bus. The incident took place on June 6th, 2008 in Ferndale, Michigan when a suspect in a black colored sedan tried to flee from police officers. The chase hit speeds of over 90 mph as the suspect tried to escape from police officers. The video starts off with the police car with the dash cam slowly approaching the black sedan and attempting to pull it over. The sedan makes a right turn and then takes off, running through a red light and accelerating quickly. As the suspect begins to gain speed, he goes out of vision of the dash cam vehicle before police eventually catch up to him again. The suspect makes a couple sharp turns and takes off again, but this time, as he starts to create distance, he has to swerve around another vehicle and collides with a bus. The suspect suffered several broken ribs, broken hip and punctured lung, but survived the accident.
The video below shows an interesting incident where a police officer pulls over the mayor of a small town for speeding. After being issued a ticket, the mayor makes a U-turn and then pulls over the police officer. The incident occurred on January 18th, 2012 in South Carolina when Norway Mayor Jim Preacher was caught speeding while driving the town’s unmarked Dodge Charger. A South Carolina Highway Patrolman pulled Preacher over for going 70 MPH in a 55 MPH zone and issued him a ticket for speeding. The dash cam video captures the exchange that Preacher had with the patrolman along with Preacher pulling the patrolman over after he had already been ticketed. Preacher was later investigated by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division and arrested when it was determined that he did not have the authority to stop the Highway Patrolman. Preacher died of a heart attack in 2013.