So, I got stuck at one of the longest Stop lights in Charleston and I was cussing it. After about 5 minutes, across the intersection I see a uniformed officer stop, jump out of his car and throw down a spike strip. The place where he threw it, the BG would have had to take a right to hit it. About 30 seconds later, an old beat up Buick comes barreling down Ashley Frustrate Road with about 6 squad cars on his tail. Driving sloppy, he squeals around the intersection and take the left onto Dorchester Rd, while looking back at the pursuing officers and he almost looses it right there. The officers kept their distance as I watched them drive out of site... My adrenaline was pumping just watching it, I can't imagine the officers who were actually pursuing the BG's. I have heard nothing on the news about it this morning, but probably by tonight I will get more details. The only question I have is the placement of the spike strip. The odds of the BGs taking a right were probably minimal, as there is only one right turn lane with a small raised median seperating it from the 2 lanes going straight/left. If the BG did take a right and hit the strip, he probably would have barreled into the traffic sitting at the light waiting to take a left. Just seems to me with the right placement, I could have all ended right there. Oh well. It was awesome to see this morning. It made my day. I hope they got the pricks. Cheers!