Car slams into crowd during donut free-for-all in Seattle

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Hotrodders spent an hour doing donuts near Seattle’s Space Needle on Saturday night — which predictably resulted in tragedy when one of the drivers plowed into a large crowd of onlookers, video shows.

Meanwhile, the tire-screeching mayhem started around 11:30 p.m. when a massive crowd lined an intersection near the famed landmark to watch muscle cars spin their wheels.

That’s when a red Mustang is caught on video flying into the mob, slamming into a parked black Nissan and at least a half dozen people, shocking video shows, video posted on Twitter by KOMO-TV reporter Cole Miller shows.

The impact sends spectators to the ground and knocks off the car’s rear bumper.

Later, another red vehicle spins into a man wearing a black sweatshirt and sends him to the ground, the Seattle Times reported.

The blacktop shenanigans came as police arrested 12 people in nearby Downtown Seattle during another night of anti-police unrest outside the Multnomah County Sheriffs Office.

By the time cops arrived the cars were gone or leaving, Seattle police spokesman Patrick Michaud told the outlet.

Police said there were no arrests and no investigation because no one who may have been injured reported the incident.