Sgt Mark Dollard said: "Eghobamien failed to stop for police and avoided a serious rail collision by literally seconds. His driving was persistently dangerous, risking not only his life and the lives of his passengers, but other road users as well.
"He is lucky to be alive and will now be able to reflect on his actions and serve as a warning to others that failing to stop for police can have serious consequences."'Can have....'
In this case though, not so much:
He was arrested and pleaded guilty to dangerous driving on Wednesday, May 30 and was sentenced to spend a year in a young offenders institution.
He was also disqualified from driving for two years and ordered to take an extended driving test.A young offenders institution. He's twenty years old.