VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. – A Florida woman was arrested after leading law enforcement authorities on a wild vehicle pursuit in a stolen van. The chase ended with the suspect flipping the vehicle several times as she attempted to flee.
DeLand Police said it all started before 11 a.m. Monday, when they tried to stop a the driver who ran a stop sign.
However, the van’s driver did not stop and was spotted later by a Volusia County Sheriff’s Office helicopter driving erratically on International Speedway Boulevard, Fox News reported.
Riveting video footage from the air unit shows the van lose control and rollover twice. The automobile had been reported stolen out of Orange County.
After rolling, the stolen van came to rest on its’ side.
Body camera footage then shows sheriff’s deputies and DeLand police officers approaching the white van and pulling a female driver from the overturned vehicle.
Moreover, a small dog in the van escaped the rollover accident unharmed. Different types of prescription pills and heroin were found in the automobile.
Law enforcement authorities identified the driver as Sarah Yurman. She was injured in the crash and taken to Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach.
Upon her medical release, she will face multiple charges, including attempting to flee, eluding law enforcement and possession of narcotics, according to Fox.