(HD) Car Rally: State Trooper shuts down highway (2/3)

Here is some footage of a state trooper pulling onto the highway and shutting it down ahead of cars. There were reports of quite a few cars driving "spiritedly" on the highway, and the troopers acted very quickly and seriously about it.

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The first trooper appeared to follow our car rally by rolling over grassy areas on and off until reaching our highway. The other arrived later on after following another car into our meet.





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Think Twice Before Passing The Police
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