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Police car speeding along the narrow Dorset Road crashes, narrowly missing children who were playing nearby said witness.
Prashant Thadathil, who witnessed the accident and uploaded pictures of it in his Facebook said that the police car swerved and crashed into a lamppost soon after he had thought to myself, “Wow that Police car is going way too fast! (On a narrow road like this)”.
The car narrowly missed hitting a few kids that were playing in a fitness corner nearby, said Prashant.

A Police car sped past me along Dorset road and I kid you not, but I had thought to myself, "Wow that Police car is…

Posted by Prashant Thadathil on Sunday, 7 February 2016

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