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Driver hit by suspects fleeing police on the Gene Snyder talks about the experience


Two minors are in custody after a carjacking led to a savage police chase in Louisville. WLKY Chopper HD spotted the car entering the Gene Snyder Freeway from Interstate 65 with officers in pursuit. The driver weaved in and out of traffic for miles, cutting off cars and tractor-trailers and even climbing onto the shoulder to drive around them. The suspect eventually attempted to exit at Dixie Highway. Traffic was already blocked on the ramp. The car then went onto the shoulder before losing control and hitting a van towing a boat. The force of the collision nearly knocked the two over. Stephen Snipp was inside the truck returning from spending the day on Lake Taylorsville. what the miners were going to do, so I was a little scared at the time,” Snipp said. Snipp wasn’t even aware of a lawsuit until he got hit. “Everything I saw, it was the car that hit me and it veered sideways and I got out of the truck and I didn’t know what else was really going on,” Snipp said. It wasn’t until Snipp saw the video of the crash that he began to process exactly what happened. “I actually didn’t realize how hard the collision was until I saw the video of it. Then after I saw the video, like it all came back to me. I was just in shock every time any of this happened,” Snipp said. Snipp’s boat made it through with only a few scratches, but parts of the trailer are broken and the truck is totaled. Snipp says losing his truck hits particularly hard because he depends on it for his job. “I’m a small business owner. I own my own landscaping business. So this truck actually provides food for my family, for me, for my house, for my bills. So it’s my work office. This n It’s not just a truck to me,” Snipp said. According to Snipp, the crash also left him pretty sore. And it could have been someone else with kids in their car and I’m just glad let it be me instead,” Snipp said. Officials said the suspects were minors and had been taken to hospital for examination. No one else was hurt.

Two minors are in custody after a carjacking led to a savage police chase in Louisville.

WLKY Chopper HD spotted the car entering the Gene Snyder Freeway from Interstate 65 with officers in pursuit.

The driver weaved in and out of traffic for miles, cutting into cars and tractor-trailers and even going onto the shoulder to drive around them.

The suspect eventually attempted to exit at Dixie Highway. Traffic was already slow on the ramp.

The car then hit the shoulder before losing control and colliding with a van towing a boat. The force of the collision nearly knocked the two over.

Stephen Snipp was inside the truck returning from spending the day on Lake Taylorsville.

“Getting out of the car, I noticed all the guns were drawn and everything and I didn’t know what the miners were going to do, so I was a little scared at the time,” Snipp said.

Snipp wasn’t even aware of an ongoing chase until he was hit.

“All I saw was the car hit me and it swerved sideways and I got out of the truck and I didn’t know what else was really going on,” Snipp said. .

It wasn’t until Snipp saw the video of the accident that he began to understand exactly what had happened.

“I actually didn’t realize how hard the collision was until I saw the video of it. Then after I saw the video, like it all came back to me. I was just in shock every time any of this happened,” Snipp said.

Snipp’s boat made it through with only a few scratches, but parts of the trailer are broken and the truck is totaled.

Snipp says the loss of his truck is especially difficult because he depends on it for his job.

“I’m a small business owner. I own my own landscaping business. So this truck provides food for my family, for me, for my house, for my bills. So it’s my work desk. It’s not just a truck for me,” Snipp says.

According to Snipp, the accident also left him quite sore. Despite everything that happened, he’s just grateful it wasn’t worse.

“It could have been bad in different ways and it could have been someone else with kids in their car and I’m just glad it was me instead,” Snipp said.

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The suspects’ car rolled through the grass and then officers ordered them out at gunpoint.

Officials said the suspects were minors and had been taken to hospital for examination. No one else was hurt.

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