Cleveland car accident kills two

by NPHM | May 11th, 2011

May 12, 2011

When drivers flee police at high rates of speed, they not only put others on the road at risk for car accidents, but they also put themselves at risk.

What began as a police investigation into shots fired ended in a fiery Cleveland car accident on East 30th Street and Woodland Avenue, according to WKYC.

MSNBC reported that police began to pursue an SUV that left a parking lot at a high rate of speed, but when the driver continued at unsafe speeds, police notified dispatch that they would not be pursuing the driver.

However, police late saw smoke coming from under Interstate 77, where they discovered the SUV in flames on East 30th and Woodland. Both men in the vehicle died as a result of the Cleveland car accident which involved only one vehicle.

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