Runaway car video goes viral
A video of a group of men desperately chasing a runaway car on a US motorway is an online hit.
Nearly a quarter of a million people have watched the clip, called 'Go! Go! Rescue the car'.
It was taken from a dashboard camera of a passing vehicle and uploaded onto YouTube.
The footage shows two men seeming to push a car with the side doors open and another three men running at full pelt down the road after them.
It is unclear whether they are attempting to jump start the car or if the men who are racing after the vehicle are attempting to stop it from being stolen.
But they manage to gain control of the car just in time to steer it away from oncoming traffic.
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what do you think?
That isn't a U.S. motorway. Our vehicle license plates are much smaller than that, and our road signs are very different as well.
Orange just love that word, "Viral". Every time they mention a YouTube video. This old news item has been described on other sites as "Popular" or "Received several hits", but only on Orange did it go "Viral".