Sunday driver swerves through traffic, does donuts and tries to ram cop car

A man ended up in hospital after going on a dangerous joyride near the busy intersection of Wilkinson and Interurban roads.

  • Dec. 4, 2011 9:00 a.m.

This was no Sunday drive.

A man ended up in hospital after going on a dangerous joyride near the busy intersection of Wilkinson and Interurban roads at 2:45 p.m., Dec. 4.

The driver was in a silver Nissan Maxima that was seen driving into oncoming traffic and doing donuts before trying to ram a police car.

Police tried to stop the car several times before the driver crashed in the 600 block of Wilkinson Place. A police dog was brought in to help arrest the man.

Several thousand dollars worth of property damage happened during the course of the joyride.

The driver is facing a number of charges, including dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.

Police are asking anyone who could shed some light on this incident to call the department at 250 475-4321.

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