In alarming footage, a black Range Rover drives along train tracks at Cheshunt Station in Hertfordshire. The driver was involved in a scuffle with police officers before getting away and heading for that station.
Two police officers have been injured during the incident and the driver of the Range Rover has currently not been found but the abandoned vehicle has been recovered.
Police officers tried to speak to the driver as the vehicle was stolen.
After being stopped the man drove away with one officer initially trapped in the door, before hurtling down the open train tracks.
A spokesperson for the force has said: “The vehicle made off, injuring two officers and damaging several vehicles in the process.
“Officers from Hertfordshire also attended to assist with the search and the vehicle was found abandoned on nearby train tracks, in Windmill Lane.
“A search of the area is currently being carried out to locate the driver and officers are working alongside British Transport Police to recover the vehicle.
“It was not struck by a train at any point.
“Anyone who witnessed the incident, or saw the vehicle driving in the area, is asked to contact police on 101.”
The car was not hit by a train.
All trains into Cheshunt station were cancelled as a result of the incident.
Services through the station will experience, cancellations, delays and alternations.
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