Transcript for RV driver leads police on high-speed chase
Thank you. We turn to that wild scene on the streets of Los Angeles overnight. An rv leading police on a high-speed chase slamming into cars and trees. The driver's dog even making a desperate escape. ABC's Adrienne Bankert is in los Angeles with more. Good morning, Adrienne. Reporter: Good morning, Michael. The scene from this unreal. Six cars hit, two people injured besides the driver. The dogs are okay and this harrowing ride lasted half an hour. Oh, no. Reporter: This pursuit involves a driver on the run and two dogs. This is incredible. The driver who is out of control with two large dogs on her lap. Reporter: The woman behind the wheel weaves in and out of traffic at speeds up to 70 miles per hour through residential neighborhoods in the San Fernando valley of Los Angeles and started around 7:00 P.M. When the California highway patrol says the rv failed to it looks like the driver is at a dead end she narrowly escape, rams into a palm tree and rips the right side wide open. She's slamming into everything in her way. Slamming into every pole, every tree, every vehicle in her way. Reporter: As the driver ka reasons around the corner one of her dogs leaps from the jagged opening in the rv. The dog is running away. Reporter: Later she's seen trying to hold on to her other dog while whippg through this up scale neighborhood. That's when she loses control, plows into this so fan. Oh, no, oh, my goodness. Reporter: She leaps from what's left of the vehicle running to the front gate of a home and her dog running beside her until the highway patrol officers catch up to her and tackle her to the ground. You know what, investigators saying this is potentially a DUI case being held on suspicion of several felony charges including hit-and-run and animal cruelty. A crazy story. Thanks. The latest now in the
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