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French Police held a driver after a high-speed chase on airport runway

French Police held a driver after a high-speed chase on airport runway
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French police arrested a man Monday after a high-speed chase on the runway at Lyon airport in southeast France which ended with him trying to flee on foot, local officials said.

Before driving onto the runway the man had driven the car into the glass doors of one of the airport terminals.

Nobody was injured in the incident, which led to the suspension of all flights in and out of Lyon Saint-Exupery airport, situated in the east of the city.

A police source said the man's motives were not yet known.

Officials said that earlier the man smashed through a security barrier at Lyon-Bron business airport, about 20 kilometers away, before turning back.

The vehicle was also seen speeding the wrong way along a motorway.

An AFP journalist who was waiting in one of the planes on the runway saw police vehicles pursuing the man.

The pilot told passengers that the delay was due to a helicopter being dispatched as part of the pursuit.

An amateur video on social media showed the car being chased by several police vehicles.

The motorist then abandons the vehicle and continues on foot, weaving his way past several cars before being wrestled to the ground by officers.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)



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