Two people have died following a stolen car crashed into a parked vehicles in Salford, Greater Manchester Police has said.
Police said that had been in pursuit of the car, a red Audi, but lost sight of it.
They then received a report at around 8.35pm that a car of the same description had crashed into a number of parked cars in the Boothstown area.
Officers attended the scene along with firefighters from the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service and two people were pronounced dead at the scene.
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