A suspected drug trafficker led armed police on a terrifying 20-mile chase near Halifax before overturning the car with his wife and two children inside.
Shazad Ghafoor is alleged to have fled from officers in a courtesy car he had picked up in Manchester using a driving licence in another person’s name.
Police say Ghafoor, 27, drove off at speed and was pursued in a chase towards West Yorkshire which was caught on camera by the police helicopter.
The footage shows the 4x4 speed through built-up residential areas and countryside roads before overturning near Halifax.
Armed officers surround the car as a man gets out with his arms up. He is seen lying on the ground as officers help a woman and children from the vehicle.
Ghafoor is now wanted by both West Yorkshire Police and Greater Manchester Police after he failed to answer bail.
The woman and two children suffered minor injuries.
Police said Ghafoor took the car in August 2013 before leading police on the 20 mile chase.
Cash to the value of £80,000 to £100,000 was recovered. There were traces of heroin, cocaine, and cannabis on the notes.
Ghafoor was charged with fraud, possession of criminal property, dangerous driving and disqualified driving.
He was also charged with possession of cannabis with intent to supply after a vehicle was searched in Manchester in November 2013 and cannabis worth £245,000 was found.
In May 2014 Ghafoor pleaded guilty to dangerous driving.