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The policeman was stuck on the bonnet of the car for three miles before his colleagues were able to stop the year-old driver by shooting his tyres flat.
The incident was filmed by a fellow driver, and the clip sees a white Toyota speed past other vehicles with the policeman on the bonnet. Novel Tretyakov, 37, accidentally filmed the incident on the outskirts of the city of Omsk in southern Russia's Omsk Oblast, with his car's dashcam.
Hold tight: The policeman had stopped the driver for a roadside check, and in an attempt to avoid getting caught driving without a license, the year-old sped off. The incident took place last Friday when police officers carrying out a routine roadside check had tried to stop a Toyota Vitz, which had then sped off. Police spokesman Trofim Zhirov said: 'We set up a roadblock a short distance away, but the driver pushed the police car out of the way with his own vehicle, and then ended up collecting a police officer on his bonnet when he tried to stop the car.
Police eventually stopped the Toyota driver by shooting out his tyres and rescued the shocked police officer after he was carried three miles. Not letting go: The policeman managed to hold on to the windscreen for three miles before his colleagues stopped the driver by shooting his tyres. Action movie: The incident, in south Russia, was filmed by a fellow driver on his car's dashcam. Spokesman Zhirov added: 'The officer could have been badly hurt at any stage if he had fallen in front of the vehicle.
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