though with a familiar story with an unfamiliar twist. Cops in hot pursuit of a speeding car. They're responding to a call from help from the driver herself. Here's abc's john sclifen. I'm coming up... See More
though with a familiar story with an unfamiliar twist. Cops in hot pursuit of a speeding car. They're responding to a call from help from the driver herself. Here's abc's john sclifen. I'm coming up on a bunch of cars. I'm so scared. Oh, my god, I'm scared to death. Reporter: It's every driver's worst nightmare. That black suv speeding down the highway. Unable to stop. Have you put your car to neutral? I can't get it to move. I'm trying everything. Her accelerator jammed. Trapped on a packed highway with her speed increasing with every minute. Minutes later. I'm going 108 miles per hour. Ultimately, going as fast as 115 miles per hour. Somehow, she manages to dodges cars at high speed. Watch her slam into the median not once, not twice, three times. All to avoid hitting other cars. I have two semis. Reporter: State troopers arrived within minute. Driving alongside her vehicle. They direct traffic around her. For 39 miles, nothing can stop the car. Check out this close call. Oh we're going to hit this mreep bleep car! Reporter: Incredibly, there were not accidents, because suddenly the engine stopped. The car comes to a halt. I'm safe, I'm safe. Thank you, thank you. Reporter: She survived thanks to police and 911 operators and maybe a little help from above. I have a little angel that don't drive faster than I can fly. And I think that's what helped me. Because, yeah. Our thanks to john for that story. She's a great driver. I don't think she's giving her enough credit for that. 100 miles an hour for an hour in an out of control car. Very, very lucky.
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