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[EV] Chasing french drug criminal on belgian roads

Although the video is in French, it is awesome. We see a car that goes through the trouble to avoid a police control and moves at more than 200 km/h on the Belgian roads. In the last seconds he does get caught. (Otherwise they probably would not have put in on YouTube)


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I guess the police isn't that bad in Belgium after all. Although in a few weeks we'll probably hear about him escaping prison, though. Wink
Bondings on Sat Jun 11, 2011 6:39 pm
Yeah, I'm suprised too. Razz Although there was a "noob" moment at 7:00. (Police motorcycle crossing the vehicle Razz )

I think that I read somewhere that this was actually somewhat a year ago or so but only recently released on tv and on the internet (april) ...

In my town, I do feel the presence of the police as there is always a van riding through our police zone or a Volvo v70 break with a camera on top of it, to read (number)plates. This week we also got a little magazine of the local police where they analyze the stats of 2010 and also with some general information and telephone numbers. First time I had ever seen this (after a quick look at the magazine, it is the second issue) but it does give you the feeling that the police is around. Smile

adri on Sat Jun 11, 2011 6:54 pm
You're right, it's a fantastic production, but from someone who is not of Belgium, I was completely impressed by the beautiful clean highways that are so well marked. And all of that green. Must be a beautiful country. The driver of that car really drove well. I unfortunately can't understand French, do you know the reason why he was avoiding the police?
deanhills on Sun Jun 12, 2011 8:05 pm
Well what do you think? Very Happy Somewhere in the middle of the second half, he throws a red package out of his car, so probably a few pounds of drugs. (heroin?)

Yup, it's pretty green here, we do live in a ... *gets his Atlas*

*a few minutes later*

... medium cold (and wet) climate with a mixed forest climate*.

So naturally it is pretty green here but sadly there are a lot of houses in Belgium with around 360 people every square kilometer (Source: Wikipedia). Our highroad system is pretty advanced and also pretty dense as you can see here:

With almost every morning (during the week that is) around 100 to 300 km of traffic jams (causing economic loses). Confused The state of highways are mostly very decent but we do have some smaller roads that are not up to date with todays standards too (in means of safety and state of the road). Razz


* Source:
adri on Sun Jun 12, 2011 8:23 pm

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