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Stolen Ford Mustang Crashes Into Stolen Ford F-250: Video

In recent years, we’ve seen automotive theft soar to new heights, though some models – including the Ford F-Series lineup and Ford Mustang – remain more popular targets among thieves than others. However, a wild scene in Bradenton, Florida recently involved not just one of these vehicles – but rather, both a stolen Ford Mustang and Ford F-250 that wound up crashing into each other in a rather shocking incident.

According to the Bradenton-Herald, the Ford Mustang driver was speeding through a neighborhood when it t-boned the F-250 just after noon. The impact was so significant than the pony car burst into flames, while the pickup wound up resting on its side after striking the roof of a nearby home following the serious, high-speed crash. Both vehicles obviously sustained heavy damage, though incredibly, it doesn’t seem as if any of the several bystanders were injured.

Both the Mustang and F-250 account for two of at least a dozen vehicles that were taken from a local auto repair shop, which a group of people broke into and stole the keys for each before making off. While the investigation is still ongoing, police say that the suspects in this case were juveniles who were joyriding in the area when the crash occurred.

 

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Regardless, it took just one day for police to recover all 12 of the stolen vehicles, including the two involved in this particular crash. One of the drivers involved in this shocking incident suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries, while the second has yet to be identified and fled the scene. Meanwhile, the driver that was caught has been charged with motor vehicle theft, reckless driving, and driving without a driver’s license.

We’ll have more wild videos like this to share soon, so be sure to subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford F-Series newsFord F-150 newsFord Mustang news, and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. Bob

    Sounds like an “inside job” .
    Somebody knew the setup, key location, hours of service.
    I say round em up, take em to court, send em to the big house for retraining!
    One has to wonder who was recording the video & why??

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  2. Chas

    Who cares! This is news? Ford Authority has the same credibility as the tabloid fake news.

    Reply
    1. John Smith

      You cared enough to comment bruh lol

      Reply
  3. Robert Davis

    Video? Is there another link somewhere ?
    Did not find any video on any of the stories

    Reply

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