“Oh my God, I was practically pulling my hair out,” one witness said. “Its the most craziest thing I ever seen.”
The 30-minute chase reached speeds of 60 miles an hour, according to reports. One of the dogs even jumped from the vehicle through a smashed windshield at one point.
It all came to a violent end, injuring a driver in the process. She jumped out of the RV with one of her dogs running behind her. But she didnt get far before police tackled her in front of a home.
Injured dogs recovering after violent RV chase through San Fernando Valley
“Charges that were looking at right now would be felony hit and run, felony evading, and also were investigating driving under the influence at this time,” California Highway Patrols Weston Haver said.
At least three people were hurt, all with minor injuries. Officials said both dogs are safe with animal control.
Video: Woman leads police in California on wild chase in stolen motor home
Woman with 2 dogs and stolen RV lead California police in wild chase
A woman is in custody after leading police on a wild chase through a California neighborhood in a stolen RV. At one point, the driver slammed into a tree, ripping off the entire side of the RV. Jamie Yuccas reports.