A Texas woman trying to run over her male partner drove into a liquor store instead, then hit a pedestrian when she backed up to try again.
Irving police said 58-year-old Annie Williams had been in a dispute with her partner and tried to hit him with her car, according to NBCDFW.
She backed out of the Liquor Depot and into the pedestrian, breaking her ankle, and four parked vehicles before she fled the scene.
Williams later led police on a short chase when a patrol sergeant spotted her vehicle and tried a traffic stop.
The pedestrian took herself to the hospital; the man Williams was trying to hit left the scene and has not been located.
Police said the liquor store sustained about $25,000 in damages.
A patron in another car in the parking lot saw Williams drive into the liquor store and turned on her cell phone camera in time to capture her backing out of the store. A man near the woman who was hit pulled her partially out of the way before Williams hit her.
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Williams has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, evading arrest, driving while intoxicated, and criminal mischief.
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