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Amazing Hgh-speed Car Chase by State Trooper

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Published on Sep 23, 2009

A Spartanburg, S.C., man on Wednesday received 16 years in state prison after admitting he led a state trooper on a high-speed chase, fired shots at the officer and threw computer equipment out of his vehicle on Oct. 13, 2008.
Christopher Adam Tessigner, 27, pleaded guilty to assault with intent to kill, failure to stop for a blue light, possession of methamphetamine and possession of Lortab charges that stemmed from the incident.
Remarkably, no one was injured during the chase, despite many close calls. The chase lasted several minutes, originating on Highway 9 and Fourth Street in Boiling Springs, S.C.. Tessigner eluded the trooper by running a red light, but authorities soon found the car, the car's passenger and Tessigner in a field near Cedar Crest Road and Granite Park Lane.

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PrincessUndertaker
Man I love to hear the Roar of Ford Crown Victoria!
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Horace Hogsnort
I know some people think the chase should've been called off but anybody who'll shoot at a police officer will do the same to the rest of us in a heartbeat.  Good job officer.
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crosbonit
Officer is operating on a high level of awareness and intensity. This was a long time ago, but I would like to buy him lunch if I could.
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Firefighter#1
I love the sound of the crown Victoria's 4.6
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Hobbitchoker
Meanwhile on YouTube....hundreds of users earn their law degree and have proven themselves to be safety experts....
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C Moeof4
You have GOOOT to love that crown Vic V8 tone
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Trevor Brass
Excellent driving on such a dangerous pursuit (narrow, twisting roads). Some folks question the speed of the patrol car (Ford Crown Victoria). Speed isn't the issue, it's about control - an officer has more to think about than just driving as fast as the vehicle can possibly go.
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Lad69der
Lol human logic , we can barely drive in 4 inches of snow but we have the room to judge about how a cop drives at probably 60mph+ speeds at times with multiple tight turns and red lights that they HAVE to slow down and proceed through with caution. 99% of the people who label this as bad driving probably wouldn't last very long in the department considering that the cop followed all he was supposed to. So what would you have done different? Correct me if I'm wrong. I just don't see where anyone is getting he's a bad driver like you or someone else would've caught him lmao.
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car nerd dude
That 4.6 gives me an orgasim every time I hear it.
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rrevved
If you're a Ford kinda guy like me, the sounds of this Crown Vic are rockin'!!
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