High-speed crash involving stolen vehicle ends with one man injured, another on the lam and weed all over the road

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A dramatic, high-speed car crash in South Yorkshire on the morning of Feb. 17 left heaps of cannabis strewn on a roadway and sent one person to hospital with minor injuries. The collision at about 6:20 a.m. occurred on the A57, close to the Todwick roundabout, according to The Star . “The Mercedes passed me and the next thing I knew was the car spinning in the air about three times before landing on its roof and then continuing along the road for around 100 metres upside down,” The Star quotes an eye witness as saying, adding that there were “bags and bags of cannabis” inside the car and loose bud all over the road. Man driving tractor arrested after cannabis and cocaine was found in his system Erratic drivers draw attention of Scottish police who later find almost $370,000 of cannabis Cannabis worth over $1 million flies off a truck onto the highway In an exclusive video from The Sun , one witness can be heard laughing as drivers milled about the scene. “F—ing hell. Is that weed?”, later adding that somebody was going to be “in a right f—ing tangle here, aren’t they?” A man, it’s unclear if the same person, can also be heard on the video making his best estimate of weed valuation. “God almighty, there must be five or six thousand pounds worth of drugs,” he notes, adding that the road has been completely blocked off. It appears that the bags of cannabis were flung onto the road when the trunk of a Volvo, which was reported stolen, opened after being hit from behind by a Mercedes. That Mercedes ended up on its roof, with its driver being taken to hospital with minor injuries, while the Volvo driver hightailed it from the scene, according to…

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