high speed police chase and Crash in Iran + English subtitles

4 cars were racing down one of Iran's roads but it ended up is a car crash. I added subtitles for people who do not know Persian. Regarding the music, I know its pretty good but I cannot find a download link right now , when I find it i will put it here. Enjoy. BTW. like 15 seconds of the beginning were missing (boring anyways) but this was the best Quality I could find HOW TO ACTIVATE CC it should activate automatically but if it doesn't press CC on the RIGHT of the annotation button)

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