The Bentley — stolen by three teenagers — swerved off the road and landed on its roof.
Debris from the Bentley's crash — its hood, front grille, and one of its tires — ended up on the road.
The first police car crashed into this debris, with the second police car smashed into the back of the first one. Then, the third car veered off to avoid crashing into the other two, and wound up plunging off the road.
The three teenagers driving the stolen car also suffered minor injuries, and have now been arrested for burglary.
Teen Actress Gets Crash Course in Managing Millions
One teenager who can buy her own Bentley without too much trouble is Harry Potter actress Emma Jane Watson, who turned 18 Tuesday.
Watson will now have access to her $21 million fortune, but only after she agreed to enroll in a crash course on managing her millions.
The Daily Mail reported that Watson's parents enrolled her in the course handled by Coutts, bankers for The Queen of England.
The course included talks with private bankers, a tour of the bank vaults, lessons in economics 101, and a seminar on how to read the business pages, led by the managing editor of the Financial Times.
The English actress, who reportedly earned $5 million for the latest Harry Potter film, was also told about charitable giving and self-branding. A source close to the Watsons told the Mail that she is keen to contribute to children's charities.
Her Harry Potter co-star, Daniel Radcliffe, is also believed to have his $48 million fortune managed by Coutts.