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A crash in County Durham has been referred to the police watchdog, the Independent Police Complaints Commission, after a man died just minutes after police spotted his car driving at speed.
Officers began following the Citroen Saxo, driven by Glenn Robinson, but lost sight of it.
They then discovered moments later that the car had crashed near Horden.
The driver, 22-year-old Glenn Robinson from Shotton Colliery, died at the scene.
Durham Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward with any information after a 22-year-old man died after a fatal collision.
Glenn Robinson died after his car left the road in Horden on Sunday evening.
Any witnesses should ring Durham police on 101 and ask for the roads policing unit.
The family of a man killed in a fatal car crash have released a statement describing their devastation at his death.
Glenn Robinson died from head injuries after his car left the road in Horden this weekend.
Police have named a man who was killed in a fatal crash in Horden yesterday (Sunday February 10th) as Glenn Robinson.
The 22-year-old, from Bridge Road in Shotton Colliery, died from head injuries after his car left the road in Horden.
His passenger was treated for minor injuries.