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Game Over! Driver Crashes into Police Car While Playing Pokemon Go

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One Pokemon Go enthusiast smashed into a police car as he was looking down at his mobile phone and and trying to catch Pokemon while driving. Footage captured on an officer's bodycam released by the Baltimore Police Department shows the moment when the young driver collided with a parked police cruiser. Luckily, all three officers were outside of the car at that time and were not injured in the crash.

Added on the 20/07/2016 17:31:13 - Copyright : RT Ruptly EN

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