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Six-mile police chase through Bexleyheath ends in crash

PUBLISHED: 14:22 02 February 2016 | UPDATED: 14:22 02 February 2016

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The chase started in Danson Road

A six-mile police chase ended with a vehicle crashing into a traffic island last night. (Monday)

At around 11.40pm, police in a marked car began pursuing two men after they failed to stop in Danson Road, Bexleyheath.

Following a chase from Bexleyheath to Charlton, the car crashed into a traffic island after losing control overtaking a car.

The vehicle finally came to a stop on Charlton Church Lane.

A Met Police spokesperson said: “No one was injured. Two men aged 26 and 27, were arrested at the scene for failing to stop, dangerous driving and damage to a vehicle.”

The two men were taken to a south London police station.

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