A series of car crashes in Abington on Monday are not thought to be linked, police have said, even though they happened within an hour of each other on surrounding streets.
The first incident, at 11.10am on Monday (September 24) saw three cars badly damaged in Lindsay Avenue, Abington, and a woman taken to hospital with serious injuries.
Police have have charged Henry Cuffe, 38, of Greenfield Avenue, with offences including dangerous driving and aggravated vehicle taking in relation to the crash.
But the force says two further collisions in the same half-mile radius over the next hour were a strange coincidence that had nothing to do with the pursuit, which had taken place beforehand.
A further two-car crash then happened in Broadmead Avenue, Abington, shortly after 11.30am. Two people were treated at the scene by paramedics, however, they are not believed to have suffered serious injuries.
Then at 12.15pm in Broadway East, barely 300 metres away form the first incident, a Volkswagen Golf collided with two other cars and ended up on its roof.
One woman, who did not wish to be named, returned home to find her car badly damaged in the crash.
"I had just got off the bus when my husband rang me to say someone had gone into my car," she said.
"It was a write-off.
"When I got back I could see this car outside my house on its roof, I'm not sure how it happened."
One person was taken to hospital as a precaution.