A naked Georgia woman was taken to the hospital for evaluation after she led police on a high-speed chase through two Michigan counties before police forced her off the road, according to multiple Michigan news outlets.
The chase occurred Saturday, though police declined to specify the time to news media, when officers witnessed a car on Interstate 75 in Buena Vista Township, Saginaw County traveling at more than 100 mph, reported Fox 17 News Online. The driver did not stop when officers’ attempted to flag it down on two separate occasions.
HEADS UP-It looks like an SUV and an MSP vehicle have collided on I-75 N near exit 131. One vehicle is in a ditch and the on-ramp is closed pic.twitter.com/0K1jUWmnbg
— Miranda Parnell WEYI (@miranda_parnell) January 14, 2017
Police pursued the car for 25-miles at speeds reaching more than 100 miles an hour as the driver weaved in and out of traffic, reported Fox. No other vehicles were struck during the incident.
The woman almost lost control of her car toward the end of the chase when she exited on Vienna Road in Genesee County, but she regained control and tried to re-enter the northbound section of the highway, reported WWMT News Online.
The chase ended near Clio in Genesee County, north of Flint when police forced her car sideways, where it hit a light police and became wedged in a ditch, reported WWMT.
“As troopers went up to the vehicle, they observed a large, naked female behind the steering wheel,” State Police Lt. David Kaiser told Detroit CBS affiliate WWJ. “This female was assisted from the vehicle and later taken by ambulance to a hospital for an evaluation.”
There were no injuries in the event. The police car that pushed the woman’s vehicle into the ditch did not sustain significant damage, reported.