This is the astonishing moment a runaway car flew through the air and crashed onto a runway at Lyon Airport - before cops gave chase.
Flights were grounded after the vehicle drove through the grounds of the French city's Saint Exupery airport, followed by emergency crews.
In footage shot by a witness, a damaged grey Mercedes can be seen driving through the airport enclosure followed by dozens of police cars.
It hits an embankment before the driver allegedly tries to flee on foot.
Shots were fired by police, according to local reports.
It's been used by film heroes and villains for decades as a way of evading the police during a high speed chase.
But this wasn't The Italian Job - it was The Bosnian Job as a teenager managed to escape the snares of the police by driving down a flight of stairs.
The driver - reported not to even have a driving licence - was being cornered by police.
When officers thought they were about to catch the Peugeot 205 and the driver inside, he performed evasive action and turned to drive down the stairs near the city green market.
Police did not dare to follow down the stairs and one of the officers tried to walk down the stairs but was unable to catch the fleeing driver.
Dramatic footage captured the moment a brave woman taken hostage by an armed robber outside a pawn shop in Las Vegas grabbed his gun before before officers shot him.
The incident was captured on the bodycams of three officers who were called to a robbery in progress at the SuperPawn shop at 1150 S. Rainbow Boulevard at 1.10pm on September 3. hostage
They were told the suspect, later identified as Mario Trejo, 27, was wearing all-black clothing and a motorcycle helmet and was armed with a handgun.
Cody Davis is guilty as charged of six crimes connected to the high-speed chase on Ryan street April 10th. Police video of the high speed chase was critical evidence in the trial of Cody Davis. The video shows him ramming other vehicles out of the way, driving on the wrong side of the road etc.
He was provoking the officer
Cincinnati police released body camera and security camera video footage showing the harrowing moment when officers shot and killed a gunman who opened fire on a downtown bank on Thursday morning.
The Baton Rouge Police Department on Wednesday released dash camera footage from a chase last month that ended in a fatal crash involving the fleeing car and a marked police unit.
The driver of the fleeing vehicle ran a stop sign entering the intersection, according to police. The video shows the officer had virtually no time to avoid the crash. An internal affairs investigation is ongoing, but the officer is not under criminal investigation.
A front-runner in Brazil's presidential election, Jair Bolsonaro, has been stabbed during a campaign rally. The far-right politician was attacked in the midst of a crowd in the south-eastern state of Minas Gerais.
He underwent surgery for injuries to his intestines and is expected to recover, hospital officials said. The controversial politician, who has outraged many in Brazil with racist and homophobic comments, has performed strongly in recent polls.
Polls suggest he would get the most votes in next month's presidential elections if former President Lula da Silva fails in his attempt to overturn a ban on him standing.
An England fan has been handed a community order for punching a police horse in Somerset.
Scott Spurling, 23, watched England lose to Croatia in the World Cup semi-final at the Allstars bar in Weston-super-Mare on July 11.
At about 9.50pm, Spurling was involved in a brawl outside the bar, North Somerset Magistrates’ Court heard.
The 23-year-old first punched 57-year-old Ron Ganfield, a former Premier League match official, who attempted to pull him away.
Las Vegas, Nevada — At approximately 1:10 p.m. LVMPD patrol officers were dispatched to a business located at 1150 S. Rainbow Boulevard after LVMPD Dispatch received reports of a robbery in progress. The suspect, later identified as 27-year-old Mario Trejo, was described as wearing all black clothing, a motorcycle helmet, and armed with a handgun. Arriving units made contact with a witness who confirmed the robbery was still in progress.
Within a minute of officers’ arrival, Trejo exited the business with a hostage. He had one arm around the hostage’s neck and his gun held at her head. Trejo forced the hostage to walk towards his vehicle which was parked nearby as officers issued multiple commands. As Trejo and the hostage got closer to his vehicle, he pointed his firearm towards the officers.
The hostage reached out, grabbed Trejo’s gun and pulled it down towards the ground, causing it to discharge. The hostage pulled the gun out of Trejo’s hand and threw it on the ground and ran back into the business. Trejo then reached for a rifle he had slung on his body at which time three officers discharged their weapons, striking Trejo once in the chest. Trejo fell to the ground still in possession of the rifle. Officers issued verbal commands to lay flat on the ground and not touch the rifle. Trejo refused commands and a K9 was deployed and he was taken into custody without any further incident.
Medical was summoned and transported Trejo to UMC where he is currently in stable condition.
Trejo was booked in absentia for the following charges: Robbery with a deadly weapon, Burglary while in possession of a gun, Assault with a deadly weapon on a protected person ( 3 counts), Kidnapping with a deadly weapon (1st degree)
A man who heavily damaged a Fresno police SUV by smashing in the roof and kicking out the windows in front of police headquarters Thursday afternoon was taken into custody after a grappling match atop the car.
The man, identified as Adolfo Martinez Lopez, 23, appeared to sustain minor injuries in the incident. Lopez shouted “I’m not on drugs!” as he was taken to the ground by multiple officers, bringing to an end a standoff that lasted about 40 minutes.
Lt. Mark Hudson said Lopez was to be booked on charges of felony vandalism. He would also face booking for injuring an officer who sustained a possible broken finger in the incident.
Body camera video released by the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office shows Deputy Nick Carmack from his perspective of a call from yesterday where he attempted a traffic stop on a stolen vehicle and the vehicle fled from him before turning into a driveway.
After turning into the driveway, the driver and one passenger fled on foot, at which time Deputy Carmack deployed K9 Shep who quickly apprenhended one of the individuals.
Police in Cape Coral, Florida, chased a suspect into a place none of them wanted to go ... a canal filled with algae. Police say they pulled the 22-year-old man over for speeding. Once he stopped the car, they say he got out and took off running before jumping into the canal in a bid to swim away. Bodycam footage from the chase shows the moment the suspect realized he made a big mistake.
Newnan, GA - Newnan Police charged Tristen Shayne Formby with child cruelty and marijuana possession.
Officers said she left her little boy alone in the parking lot of the Jackson's Landing Apartments in Newnan while she went inside and used drugs. Newnan Police said they were called to the parking lot by a resident who believed the child had been the car for 45 minutes. The engine was running, but police said the air conditioner was turned off.
In police body cam video, officers told Formby they can tell by her smartphone left in her car with her toddler about how long she had left her son alone. It was more than 40 minutes.
Newnan Police said they said Formby admitted to being inside an apartment at Newnan Estates smoking marijuana with friends. When asked how much. Police said she allegedly said "a lot." A second video shows her handing over suspected marijuana.
Formby's son is 2 years old. Police said the child was sweating and hot to the touch. Officers gave the child water. The toddler allegedly told the officer's ''mama went bye-bye."
In the video, Formby told officers she didn't the take the child inside because he had just fallen asleep.
New video shows a bird's eye view of a chase that ended in a deadly shootout between a suspect and a DPS trooper in east Bexar County.
The Texas Department of Public Safety released the video in a commissioner’s meeting on Friday.
It shows several incidents, including the deadly shootout, that illustrate how beneficial DPS helicopters are. In this case, not only did the helicopter help locate the suspect, but it also transported the injured trooper to the hospital.
It was on Sunday, February 18 that a trooper tried to pull over 33-year-old Ernest Montelongo for an unspecified traffic stop.
Montelongo allegedly gave a false name, then fled. The trooper briefly lost sight of the fleeing suspect, but a DPS helicopter assisted with finding him.
The suspect crossed a highway and went the wrong way on I-10. The suspect was stopped by two troopers. Gunfire was exchanged between the suspect and a DPS trooper.
The suspect and a trooper were taken to local area hospitals. The suspect died the next day in the hospital.
The trooper, who has still not been identified, survived. DPS says that no additional information on the case can be released at this time.
A man who fired shots into a crowded area because he was upset he couldn't get into a sold-out concert by the rapper Ice Cube was shot and wounded by a sheriff's deputy Sunday evening in Del Mar, Calif., police said.
The unidentified suspect was taken to a hospital. His medical condition was unknown, police told San Diego's FOX 5.
The concert was scheduled for the Del Mar Racetrack at the fairgrounds about 21 miles north of downtown San Diego. About 7:30 p.m. Pacific time, the operators of the racetrack tweeted that “the situation has been contained,” and the concert would be “moving forward as planned.”
The Texas Department of Public Safety released new video of a woman with a baby leading authorities on a chase that happened in June.
The footage shows the woman, at times, reaching speeds of more than 100 mph. Police deployed a tire deflation device that blew out her tire before she crashed.. The woman is then seen pulling a baby out of the back of her SUV and running from police while holding the child and then jumping into the front seat of a passing vehicle.
The driver of that vehicle quickly ran out and removed a child from the back seat before troopers are seen taking the female suspect into custody in the middle of the road.
The woman was charged with evading arrest, possession of controlled substance and endangering a child. Officials in Bexar County say the woman had an open felony warrant before the incident.
Dramatic police helicopter footage which has just emerged shows the moment a serial bomber ended his own life as officers surrounded his car.
Mark Anthony Conditt was accused of killing two and injuring four in a spate of random attacks that lasted more than a month in Austin, Texas this March.
The 23-year-old college drop-out sent bombs disguised as packages to his victims and set trip wires made from fishing string, investigators claim.
His reign of terror came to an end after he was tracked down using CCTV footage, phone signals and witness accounts of a customer disguised in a blonde wig and gloves shipping packages.
Having traced him to a hotel in the Austin suburbs, cops tailed Conditt's vehicle and forced it into a road side ditch.
A suspected shoplifter pulled out a gun and fired on officers while fleeing from a Walmart in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Fortunately, no injuries were reported and the gunman was later caught by authorities.
Did the driver of a car he allegedly stole get a fist bump from an onlooker? The bizarre incident unfolded in California, where police say they were chasing the driver of a pickup truck believed to have been stolen. The suspect was wanted for assault with a deadly weapon against a police officer after he allegedly backed into a police car during a traffic stop. When captured, the suspect was seen smiling.
Susan Greene, editor of The Colorado Independent, was put in a patrol car in Denver in July after trying to document police tending to a handcuffed naked man on a sidewalk. She was released after about 10 minutes.
Cop wasn't playin.
Watch as these African migrants repeatedly kick this female police officer as well as her partner as they attempt to arrest and African criminal who was causing a ruckus inside of a fast food restaurant.
An officer with the Seagoville Police Department is being commended for his bravery after helping a family out of a burning home early Saturday morning.
According to police, Officer Sam Click was patrolling his assigned area when he found the garage of a duplex home in the 700 block of Casa Grande Drive engulfed in flames. The fire was moving toward the home where a dad and his six young children were asleep inside.
This is the moment armed Dutch cops overpowered a man who waved a knife in their faces while allegedly repeatedly shouting: "Allahu Akbar!"
The incident happened in Naaldwijk, a town in the Dutch province of South Holland, around 10km from The Hague on Monday but video has only just emerged.
It's since emerged that members of the man's family notified police as they were worried he would harm others or himself.
He was seen brandishing a knife close to a supermarket as police rushed to the scene.
According to bystanders he was screaming "Allahu Akbar".
The Public Prosecution Service told MirrorOnline that while they cannot confirm this they are investigating whether he had 'any terror links'.
Dramatic new video footage shows the moments before two police officers wrestled a man to the ground amid screams and 'hostility' in McDonald's.
The officers were kicked and heckled as they detained the suspect on the floor of the fast food restaurant after he allegedly fought with customers.
In previous footage, they could be seen being "repeatedly assaulted" by a "hostile crowd" while struggling to make the arrest on Monday night.
As another male approached them, one of the officers turned around and apparently screamed "get the f*** off me now", before pointing his Taser.
Now, earlier footage has emerged of the seconds before the incident in Hackney, east London, showing the officers speaking with the suspect.
Even the cops are unable to answer no go zones in London without being harassed by African migrants in the native born black Londoners.
Listen as what sounds like gunshots rang out as cops flee for their lives in this London no go zone.
Man shoots shots at an Oklahoma cop
For the first time, we’re seeing the tense and dangerous moments caught on West Memphis police dash cameras during a chase after an accused shoplifter on a busy interstate during rush hour.
It was a Monday in May, around five in the evening, when Walmart employees say they caught Ronald Clinton stealing merchandise and got away in a Altima.
Officers spotted him and tried to pull him over on the service road before the Altima cut through a grassy ditch and hopped on the busy interstate.
Officers tried to block him several times.
The pursuit reached over 120 miles per hour as they inched closer to the Tennessee border, weaving in between rush hour traffic.
Then, right before the bridge, after mile marker 282, one dash camera shows the Altima hit a police vehicle and spin out, its rear slamming into the cement barricade.
Gunshots rang out, but the Altima peeled off again, heading towards oncoming traffic.
Police swarmed the car. A dash cam on the other side of the crash shows officers cuff Clinton, then perform CPR for the next eight minutes until an ambulance gets there.
An autopsy report states Clinton died at the hospital from a gunshot wound.
State police headed the investigation, and 15 days later, the prosecuting attorney sent a letter clearing the officer, Matt Presely, who opened fire.
“…He used deadly force to prevent Ronald Clinton from using his vehicle to kill Presely, other officers or members of the public,” the letter stated.
Those on the scene that day said it’s just lucky more people weren’t hurt.
We reached out to West Memphis Police, but they denied an interview. We also tried reaching out to Clinton’s family. Prosecutors are still waiting on the full autopsy and ballistic reports.
Although Germany's left-wing leader, Angela Merkel, continues to attack her own citizens for not supporting her policies that are destroying her country, attacks such as this on police officers continue to happen throughout the country as criminals are looked at as heroes in the police are looked at as the criminals.