Four injured, one cut from car in Belfast 'death driver' wrecking spree
Four people were injured with one having to be cut from a car after a wrecking spree by a so-called death driver in Belfast.
Police said two men in a silver Nissan Micra car caused substantial damage after crashing into a red Renault Clio on the Bell Steel Road late on Wednesday night in west Belfast.
The Micra fled the scene and was discovered burnt out on Pembrook Loop Road.
Police and the Fire Service attended the scene with firefighters having to use cutting equipment to free the injured person.
Police are appealing for information.
"Thank you for working with us to get these thoughtless death drivers off our roads and bring them before the courts," said west Belfast police.