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Canada‘Who would do this?’: Police release dashcam video capturing brazen hit-and-run on Highway 410

15:16  15 may  2019
15:16  15 may  2019 Source:   thestar.com

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‘Who would do this?’: Police release dashcam video capturing brazen hit-and-run on Highway 410 © Provided by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited Dashcam footage shows a vehicle driving away after forcing another vehicle to lose control on Highway 410 on May 3.

Police are trying to identify the driver of a vehicle that failed to remain on scene after causing another vehicle to spin out of control on Highway 410 in Brampton.

In a tweet, Ontario Provincial Police released dashcam footage of the vehicle tailgating the other car in the carpool lane before trying to pass. The incident happened on May 3.

The vehicle can be seen clipping the front end of the other vehicle after trying to pass, causing the other vehicle to veer onto the shoulder of the road before spinning around and coming to a stop.

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“Who would do this?” asked OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt in a tweet depicting the incident.

Police are now hoping the public will help identify the driver.

“The driver most likely will tell someone about what happened,” wrote TPS Traffic Services on Twitter, encouraging anyone with information to contact 1-800-222-TIPS.

Jacob Lorinc is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star’s radio room in Toronto. Follow him on Twitter: @jacoblorinc

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