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Uber ride in Washington, DC turns into a high-speed car chase

10
Jul
2014

Three riders of one of Ubers black cabs were taken for what one described as a high speed chase across state lines, in Washington DC, with a local taxi official in tow. Yesterday, New Yorker Ryan Simonetti and two of his colleagues hopped into an Uber vehicle for a ride, which quickly escalated into a chase between the driver and a DC taxi inspector, reports The Washington Post. The taxi official was talking to the driver before Simonetti and company got into the vehicle. Was just kidnapped by an @uber driver in DC, held against my will, and involved in a high speed chase across state lines with police #Crazy — Ryan W Simonetti (@rwsimonetti) July 8, 2014 Uber has refused to give officials the name given its privacy policy.

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