Fast n Furious: Video of suspects weaving through traffic leaves social media shook

Fast n Furious: Video of suspects weaving through traffic leaves social media shook

Durban security officers were thrown into a high speed chase through traffic after spotting a stolen vehicle- and it was all caught on camera.

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Local security services had a Fast n Furious experience on Tuesday, 14 August, after they spotted a vehicle on the M4 Ruth First Highway, which matched the description of a stolen car, East Coast Radio reported.

The officers pursued the suspects and it ended up becoming a dangerous high speed chase on the busy highways on Durban.

A video of the ordeal was posted on Facebook by Marshall Security. It shows the suspects weaving through traffic, barely missing oncoming cars in the opposite lane.

Briefly.co.za learned the car eventually stopped and three men were taken into custody.

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Since it was posted online on 17 August, the video managed to receive over 140k views and South Africans were left shook.

Nicole Evans wrote, "That is scary! I travel that route every day with my child! I hope they are charged with reckless & negligent driving on top of the other charges. They could have easily killed somebody, & missed that pedestrian by millimetres!!!! Well done Marshall!!!!"
Ingrid Burton added: "This is incredible!! My word! Excellent driving and terrifying circumstances!! Well done Marshall!!!"
Mandy Rudman said, "Scary how the crooks endanger other lives. Well done."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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