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Aftermath Of A Police Car Chase

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Aftermath Of A Police Car Chase

Footage of from the scene of the end of exciting car chase scene in St. Petersburg, Florida. Pinellas County deputies arrested a man who they say fled as they were trying to make a traffic stop.

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Cental Ave, St. Petersburg, Florida, Usa

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