CLANTON, Ala. (AP) - Police officials say a chase through two
Alabama counties included a moment that resembled a movie stunt:
the car being pursued flipped over but kept going.
Chilton County Sheriff Kevin Davis says the chase began on Monday when his department received a report of items being stolen from an auto supply store.
Davis says an investigator saw a car fitting the right description and officers pursued it.
Davis says the car headed north on Interstate 65, turned in the
median, dodged spike strips and wound up on Alabama Highway 143 in
That's where Davis says the car flipped several times, landed
upright and continued on.
Davis says the car finally was stopped and officers arrested
41-year-old Erby Shane Adams of Anniston.
Charges were still being determined.
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