High-speed police chase ends with car being ripped in half after crashing into wall in Mandurah

Jake DietschThe West Australian
VideoMandurah Police say about 12:50am this morning a Holden Commodore was seen at the intersection of Stinton Street and Blakeley Street in Mandurah driving recklessly.

A car was ripped in half after a police pursuit ended with the driver smashing his vehicle into a wall.

The man allegedly led police on a high-speed chase through Mandurah about 12.50am today after being spotted driving recklessly.

Police switched on their lights and sirens at the intersection of Stinton and Blakeley streets but the 24-year-old driver failed to stop.

He then allegedly drove dangerously through suburban streets before losing control and crashing into the wall on Mandurah Terrace, tearing his car in half.

Authorities inspect the car after it was torn apart.
Camera IconAuthorities inspect the car after it was torn apart. Credit: 7NEWS/7NEWS

Incredibly, the driver was not seriously injured and was taken to Royal Perth Hospital for the treatment of minor injuries.

He has been charged with two counts of reckless driving, one count of failing to comply with a direction to move, stop or leave vehicle, and one count of no authority to drive.

Anyone with information or footage of the incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at crimestopperswa.com.au.

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