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Police: Man Crashed Car, Jumped Into River to Escape Police

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    Police: Man Crashed Car, Jumped Into River to Escape Police

    Police in Maine say they are searching for a driver who crashed his vehicle fleeing police and then clambered down into the Kennebec River.

    Skowhegan Fire Department crews swept the river on Sunday afternoon looking for the driver. The Kennebec Journal reports police made contact with the man's father later that afternoon and called off the search.

    Early Sunday, officers pursuing a man saw him crash into a fence before running away from the vehicle and jumping into the Kennebec River.

    Police were unable to find the man during multiple searches.

    Video Captures Pilot's Rescue From Crashed Jet

    [NATL] Video Captures Pilot's Rescue From Crashed Jet During Military Exercise

    Video and photos captured the rescue of a 47-year-old civilian pilot, whose jet crashed shortly after take-off during a military exercise.

    (Published Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018)

    Police say they believed the man survived the swim and they are looking to make contact with him. Police will continue to investigate.

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