Driver flees from deputies in Clay County, goes airborne then lands on another vehicle

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CLAY COUNTY, Mo. — A car that fled from deputies in Clay County Monday night ended up on top of another car, the sheriff’s office said in a Facebook post.

“This Dukes of Hazard epic fail happened last night,” they captioned the photo.

According to the Clay County Sheriff’s Office, the white car fled from deputies and ended up airborne on top of another car.

“The white car was airborne and struck the other car at abound window height, and rolled it,” the sheriff’s office commented within the post.

The driver ran around on the roof, but was eventually taken into custody with help from Liberty Police.

No one was injured.

The sheriff’s office says criminal charges are pending against the suspect.



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