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AIRMONT, NY – Police and Fire were on the scene of an active situation with a car fire as the result of a police chase ending near the Gulf Gas station in Airmont.

“Guy passed me northbound on thruway driving 120+ mph. State trooper following. He then got off on Airmont road exit 14B. Went across intersection and hit the pole. Car caught on fire. Pole is on fire. Think they got out of the car and ran on foot” said Bill Weber who witnessed the incident and shared the video with us.

Info via Rockland Fires –

Airmont, Airmont Road in front of the Mobil Gas Station near North De Baun Ave. Tallman FD requested for a car that crashed into a utility pole with the pole on fire and leaning. The 2 occupants of the car reportedly fled on foot. Roadway being closed as a result. O&R Electric also en route.

** this is a developing story and will be updated with more information **

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  1. Mario

    April 6, 2021 at 2:11 pm

    Stop all chases, blood hungry cops for money hungry towns, lives matter. Just keep us safe. Speeding enforcement its not a reason for causing death or damages.

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