GM Car Owner Catches Up to Hit and Run Perpetrator
A hit and run accident is far from a pleasant circumstance. However, if you catch the hit and run perpetrator, you do get some satisfactory justice.
This is the overall takeaway from an uploaded video showing a woman in a white Nissan sedan making a speedy getaway after colliding with the driver’s side door of a 2017 Chevy Camaro SS.
While leaving a crash scene is big no-no, trying to escape a Camaro SS — which boasts a 6.2-liter Small Block V8 engine with 470 horsepower — with a Nissan sedan is a major mistake.
Check out the brief chase scene in the YouTube video below. Please be advised that the altercation after the chase contains foul language, so cover your children’s ears or put on some earbuds.
Moments of justice
It takes the Camaro driver only moments to catch back up to the woman in the Nissan. In the second turn, she understeers and slides down a hill into a fence.
After the Camaro driver blocks her in, we get some entertaining moments of justice.
The lady in the Nissan takes her pickup food and flees on foot, even though the Camaro driver has wisely got her on camera via his phone and dash cam.
As she runs away, she tries to flag down another driver, who obviously knows what is going on. The car whizzes on by, leaving the woman to continue her departure on foot.
According to the driver of the Camaro SS, she had no insurance, no license, and was not even driving her own car. Her driving skills are a testament to that.
Thanks to the priceless footage of this episode, police were able to track down the woman who left quite a bit of damage to the side the Corvette SS.
Source: GM Authority