A man suspected of a drive-by shooting has given a masterclass in how not to run from the police.
The suspect, Damaco Taylor, was being pursued by police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, when his car crashed into a concrete barrier. Rather than surrender, police bodycam video shows Taylor scaling over the barrier and falling.
Police found Taylor nearly 10m below, alive and awake, lying on a thin strip of concrete surrounded by much softer grass.
"Can you hear me? How many fingers am I holding up?" a police man asks. Taylor correctly answers four.
"What hurts?" the officer asks, putting on plastic gloves to administer first aid.
"Everything," the injured man replies.
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Taylor was taken to hospital with a skull fracture, and later arrested. Police said a gun was found in his vehicle, which was a write-off, local media reported.