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Beijing sent a warship, fighter jets and a helicopter to chase off a US Navy destroyer after it sailed past disputed islands in the South China Sea, it has emerged.Chinese military chiefs said the USS Chafee had infringed on the country's sovereignty and security with its 'provocation' as it neared the Paracel Islands.America's operation was the latest attempt to counter what Washington sees as Beijing's efforts to limit freedom of navigation in the strategic waters.China, angered by the mission, responded immediately on Tuesday by dispatching its own navy and air force to warn the US ship to leave, foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said.
A US defence ministry spokesman refused to confirm the manoeuvre.
Sailing within that range is meant to show the United States does not recognize territorial claims.
Video footage has emerged of a mother-of-two leading police on a 120mph motorway chase described as the 'worst ever' by a judge which only ended when her uninsured car's engine exploded.
In CCTV played to the court, Nolan's black 16 plate Volkswagen can be seen weaving between the light traffic on the motorway, before coming off at Wythenshawe and leading the police round residential areas at speeds exceeding 70mph.
She ran multiple red lights and drove on the wrong side of the road before her engine began smoking and she had no option but to abandon her vehicle after over 20 minutes of police pursuit.
The police caught up with the black Volkswagen Sirocco and engaged their blues and twos after a few minutes.'They were in pursuit of the car which was going in excess of 100mph, which then came off of the motorway and went through two sets of red lights.'The police pursuit lost sight of the vehicle but another vehicle was nearby and spotted the car going back on to the motorway.'The pursuit continued and the cause was travelling in excess of 120mph on this occasion.'The vehicle was forced to come off at the Wythenshawe junction where she ran a further three red lights.'Police continued pursuit efforts and in the residential area the car was going in speeds excess of 50mph.'It was a pursuit for over 20 minutes, where no one was hurt, no damage was caused except to her own vehicle.'She was forced to pull the car over after it began smoking, when she alighted from the vehicle and tried to run but was arrested a short way away.'When she was interviewed by police she admitted that she had been drinking in Bury, and had been driving home when the officers put their lights on and she panicked.'She admitted the quality of her driving was as was shown on the footage.