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Suspect Drives Off Cliff During Police Pursuit Caught on Camera

Suspect Drives Off Cliff During Police Pursuit Caught on Camera

Suspect Clinton Wheelock

Suspect Clinton Wheelock

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A man was seriously injured after sheriff’s deputies say he drove off a cliff while fleeing from them in Snohomish County, Washington.

According to KIRO, the driver was driving at such a high speed that when he went over the cliff, deputies didn’t realize it.

“You just feel sick because you know it’s a drop off,” Kiely McFerran told KIRO. It was McFerran’s surveillance camera that caught the accident on camera.

Deputies said they were trying to arrest the driver, Clinton Wheelock, for a felony warrant, but Wheelock fled.

During the pursuit, some neighbors said Wheelock was driving at high speeds near a park where children were playing.

Investigators said Wheelock’s vehicle was completely destroyed and he is currently in critical condition at a local hospital.

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