Neighbors speak out about car chase - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Neighbors speak out about car chase

Watching the chase it became clear things might not end well with the car being pursued by police moving in and out of traffic with plenty of near misses and finally on Winchester the fleeing car driving around 70 miles and hour moved over into the opposing lane. The after math showed the suspect car drove into another car doing extensive damage to both cars.

Three people were in a blue Lincoln Continental...all of them injured.

Elizabeth Ann Starks is the neighbor of the driver of the car Dwyane Martin .

Starks says, "He's a very very sweet person and it really feels weird not having him around knowing that he's not at home because he's always at home. I was calling him yesterday If he don't answer he'll call back and he didn't call back yesterday. So I didn't do to good yesterday."

She says she thought about him all night hoping he would be all right. Bobby Cleveland is also a neighbor.

Neighbor Bobby Cleveland says, "He's a good friend he's a good neighbor. I couldn't believe it myself my neighbor across the street came and told me that he had been in an accident I couldn't believe it myself."

Bobby Cleveland said he hoped the blue car he saw on TV wasn't his friends car. But it was.

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