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This is the dramatic moment a car ploughs into a parked vehicle during a police chase.
The impact of the crash sends a concrete gate post flying into a house on St Helen's Road, in Bolton, Manchester, wrecking the front room.
The clip shows the vehicle being forced up over the stationary car because of the force of the collision. It then spins out of control, leaving debris and clouds of smoke behind it.
The police chase began on Deane Church Lane just before 1.30am on Thursday morning
Images show the post lying in the building’s living room, with smashed glass, debris and broken blinds strewn across the floor.
Greater Manchester Police traffic officers arrested a man on suspicion of dangerous driving.
He remains in police custody.
A spokesman for GMP said there are no reports of any serious injuries following the incident.
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There are calls for a new law to make sure that people affected by crime are remembered when it matters. It comes from Baroness Newlove - her husband Garry was murdered by a three teenagers who he confronted vandalising his car in Warrington ten years ago.
The Victim's Commissioner has told ITV News the time has come for the Government to introduce a core set of rights for those who find their lives turned upside down by the criminal acts of others.
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