Dramatic moment Range Rover flees along TRAIN TRACKS at Cheshunt station after being stopped by cops

THIS is the moment a moron fleeing police dumped a posh Range Rover on train tracks after a dangerous chase along the rails.

The car was abandoned on the line at Cheshunt in Hertfordshire after it sped off during a police stop – injuring two cops.

This is the unbelievable moment a Range Rover driver roared down a Hertfordshire railway line during a police chase
The car had been pulled over by police but sped away, injuring two officers

Stunned commuters watched on in astonishment as it passed them on the tracks.

The drama begin this morning when a male and female police officer tried to stop the Range Rover at Cheshunt train station and asked the driver to get out of the vehicle.

Witnesses watched in horror as two officers tried to drag the driver out of the car only for it to reverse back at sped knocking the male officer flying.

It then drove off at high speed before ending up on the railway line.

The dark-coloured vehicle was later abandoned on the rail line between Cheshunt and Waltham Cross stations, Herts, earlier today.

Police and emergency services were seen swooping on the area earlier this morning.

At least 10 police cars, an ambulance and a fire crew are at the scene and police have erected a cordon blocking the public and motorists from driving past The Malsters near to the station.

Trains have been disrupted across Hertfordshire, London, Essex and Cambridge.

Officers were initially called out to reports a stolen car had been driven into the county from Essex – before the driver fled in terrifying style.

Officers said today: “At around 9.30am on Thursday, our control room was made aware that a stolen vehicle had travelled into Hertfordshire ground from Essex.

“The vehicle was located in Cheshunt and officers from Essex Police attempted to speak to the driver.

“The vehicle then made off, injuring two officers and damaging several vehicles in the process.

“Officers from Hertfordshire attended to assist with the search and the vehicle was found abandoned on nearby train tracks in Windmill Lane.

“A search of the area is currently being carried out to locate the driver and officers are working alongside British Transport Police to recover the vehicle.

“It was not struck by a train at any point.”

British Transport Police (BTP) said: “Officers received a report of a car on the railway line in Cheshunt at 9.43am today.

“Officers are currently on scene responding to the incident alongside colleagues from Hertfordshire Police and Essex Police.”

National Rail Enquiries said trains running through the station may be cancelled, delayed by up to 60 minutes or revised.


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