The shocking and bizarre footage filmed in…

The shocking and bizarre footage filmed in Hull this year
2020-10-17 10:19:00
2020 has certainly been a year to remember for many reasons. And we have seen plenty of shocking footage emerge in Hull since the beginning of the year. From dashcam footage showing the shocking moment a dog fell out of the boot of a moving car in a busy Hull road to the equally shocking moment an East Yorkshire teen drove at 110mph before crashing into a field after a police chase – we have seen it all. Below we have rounded up four of the most shocking pieces of footage to emerge from Hull this year for different reasons … of course there are more but find out a little bit about each of these videos below. Do you have any footage from Hull or East Yorkshire to share? Email news@hulldailymail.co.uk Shocking footage shows teenager driving 110mph in police pursuit before sending car spinning Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will start in8Cancel Play now This is the shocking moment an East Yorkshire teen drove at 110mph before crashing into a field after a police chase. Fred Jibson, 20, led police on a high speed pursuit along the A1079 near Hayton, near Pocklington in December 2019, after overtaking a number of cars at high speed – one of which was an unmarked police vehicle. In a “sheer blind panic” Jibson failed to stop the vehicle with the pursuing officer was forced to travel at over 140mph to catch up to him. Jibson, who was 19 at the time, spun his vehicle out of control before crashing into a fence and landing 50 metres into a field. Miraculously, Jibson, of Mile Field Farm in Pocklington, came away from the wreckage unscathed. He tested negative for alcohol and drugs and was driving a legally valid vehicle with a full driver’s licence – making his actions even more “bizarre”. When interviewed by police Jibson was shown the footage of his driving where he himself described it as “shocking”. Jibson was given a ten month term of imprisonment suspended for two years when he appeared at Hull Crown Court. Addressing Jibson in the dock, Recorder Andrew Dallas said: “It is a miracle you didn’t kill yourself or anyone else.” Read the full story here. Driver oblivious as dog drops out of car boot at Hull traffic lights Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will start in8Cancel Play now Dashcam footage showed the shocking moment a dog fell out of the boot of a moving car in a busy Hull road. Charlie Simpson, of west Hull, was driving home from his job in Dunswell when he witnessed the bizarre event in Walton Street. As he pulled up to the lights at the Anlaby Road junction of the street the boot of the car in front came open and out rolled the dog into the busy road. He said: “I was on my way home from work, like I do every day, going down Walton Street and the light in front of me turned green and as it did the car in front of me pulled away. “And then the boot just slow opened and a dog rolled out. I didn’t know what to do at first. “I panicked, I love dogs myself. I’m a big animal lover and I don’t want to see animals get harmed. “I couldn’t forgive myself if the dog got hurt.” Stunned by what he had seen, Charlie’s first instinct was to make sure the dog was safe. “My first thought was get the dog into my car so I can go and catch up with the guy,” he said. “The owner had gone round the corner so I couldn’t see him. “I pulled up at the side and tried to coax the dog into the car but it ran in front of the car and ran to the other side of the road. “Luckily, the owner came round the corner and as the dog spotted him he ran back. It seemed absolutely fine. “It wasn’t squealing or anything so I just got back in my car and went home.” Charlie helps with Instagram page Corsa Cam Hull and said it was one of the most shocking things they had captured. Read the full story here. Shocking moment a car nearly hits Tommy Coyle's wife Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will start in8Cancel Play now Tommy Coyle spoke of his relief after his wife and kids escaped serious injury by inches after a car sideswiped their Range Rover. The Hull boxer posted a shocking video on social media which showed the car driving along the residential street in East Hull before colliding with the open rear door of the Range Rover. Holly Coyle was leaning into the back seat to strap up one of their young children at the moment the silver Citroen collided with the door. The collision happened as the Citroen passed an oncoming Ford Fiesta in the 30mph street. The driver of the Citroen Vector continued without stopping. At the time, Tommy issued an urgent appeal hoping to track down the driver. The former boxer posted on social media asking for the owner of the Citroen to come forward saying they had “hit my wife and could have quite easily hurt my two children.” Since the appeal, the driver was found and Tommy said the issue had been resolved. He also spoke of his relief that his wife and their two boys were not seriously injured in the collision. Read the full story here. Shocking footage shows group flouting lockdown rules and flashing drivers outside William Booth Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will start in8Cancel Play now This footage shows the moment a man revealed his bottom in public while flouting rules during the coronavirus lockdown. Despite the country being on coronavirus lockdown at the time, the group, outside William Booth House in Hessle Road, appeared to be relaxing in the sunshine without a care in the world. And one man ran up towards the camera with his thumb in the air, appearing to acknowledge the fact that he was being filmed, before turning around and revealing his bottom, at which point the man filming stops recording. A woman could also be seen pointing towards the camera as he began to run over. The man who filmed the footage said he was a passenger in a vehi
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