Check Out This ‘Virtual Ride’ With Benton County Deputies [WATCH]
If you've ever wanted to know what it was like to be inside a squad car during an emergency call, check out this cool video uploaded by the Benton County Sheriff's Office.
On Tuesday morning, the Benton County Sheriff's Office uploaded a video clip of one of their deputies responding to a medical call. The footage, which is roughly six and a half minutes long, was taken from the car's dash cam. You can see first hand what it's like to be inside the squad car as the deputy reaches some pretty high speeds. We're not sure exactly how fast the car was traveling, but judging by the video, it looks fast!
It's almost mesmerizing to watch as the car flies down an almost empty Highway 10 into Rice's Main Street. The video ends as the squad car turns off 125th Street NW down a residential road.
You'll see some of Rice's famous landmarks make cameos in the video too, like the Old Creamery Café, the former Janski's Grocery store and the train tracks.
Since being published online early this morning, the video has already gained dozens of reactions from the community.
Tyler Busterbrown Busse pointed out, "notice his lane of travel. That's why you get out of the left lane."
Todd Reineccius commented, "This is great! Hoping to see more videos from dash cam and body cam in the future. Thank you BCSO!"
Megan Ann was trying to figure out what the deputy was listening to on the radio, writing, "Are you listening to Korn? Ha ... Wait, no, Skillet, right?"
We're not quire sure what song is playing. Maybe you can watch the video, give it a listen and let us know what you think. All we hear are the emergency sirens.
10 Reasons Not to Move to St. Cloud
This House For Sale in Duluth Looks Like The Flintstone's Home