Most of us love watching videos that make us go "HOLY SH**!" and the best thing that's been invented to help us out are those fancy new doorbell cameras. In the last few years, we've gone from seeing aftermath photos of things to there being 16 cameras on a block, one of which is likely to capture whatever nutso event happens, like this police chase that ended in a rollover.

ViralHog via YouTube
ViralHog via YouTube

Video from Rochester, New York shows a pursuit involving a speeding SUV and officers with the Rochester Police Department and New York State Police. The state patrol had attempted to initiate a stop but the vehicle took off, and a short pursuit ensued.

After the chase took off, the vehicle made it a short distance but struck another vehicle and they lost control, rolling over and ending up on their side.

As officers surrounded the vehicle, you can see the windshield suddenly flop off of the car, with the two suspects running away as officers chased them.

ViralHog via YouTube
ViralHog via YouTube

The footage was captured on Chucky Naz's doorbell camera, and Sean Irizarry saw the whole thing.


“I heard some screeching, so I could hear the car accident, and I ran to the front of the driveway, and that when I (saw) the car flip over right in front of the driveway,” he told WROC.

“The police officers pulled up and they came out with their weapons drawn and so that made me want to— well, I just ran away after that,” he said.

Read more at WROC

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