A 15-year-old was taken into custody on Thursday morning after police had to use spikes to stop a pursuit where he allegedly reached speeds of more than 180km/h in a 110 zone.
Highway patrol police at Holbrook spotted the Ford Ranger travelling south along the Hume Highway at high speed toward Albury at about 6:30am.
Even after his tyres were deflated by police road spikes, the pursuit continued for another two kilometres before the driver eventually lost control and the car came to a stop in the centre median strip in the mud.
Snapchat video shows the moment the car hit the spikes as it goes past police cars with their lights activated.
In the next clip, the loud sound of the flat tyres continuing to drive along the highway is clearly audible.
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Police arrested the 15-year-old driver and passenger in their late 20s.
Checks revealed the Ranger was stolen from Sydney on Wednesday night. Police also allegedly found drugs and knives inside the vehicle.
The driver and passenger will face charges for traffic and drug offences.
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