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WICHITA, Kan. (AP) A 30-year-old woman is accused of repeatedly crashing into patrol cars while fleeing from Wichita police.
The Associated Press reports that the chase started Saturday morning after police received a disturbance call. Sgt. Jeff Davis said the responding officers parked at both ends of the woman's stopped vehicle.
The woman allegedly slammed into both patrol cars and fled, causing one of the officers to jump out of the way.
Police said the chase lasted for about 25 minutes and reached speeds of about 70 mph. While fleeing, the woman hit pursuing and parked patrol cars. The woman drove on the rims after her tires were punctured. She didn't stop until her car overheated.
Police used a stun gun on her. She is jailed in Sedgwick County on multiple charges.