Top 10 Police Dashcam Crashes Caught on Video

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A collection of the top 10 police dashcam crashes caught on video from recent years. This compilation includes police pursuing suspects, alleged drunk drivers, a mechanical mishap, and inattentive drivers. All dash cam footage is obtained from the respective police departments.

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