A wild scene unfolded in Calcasieu Parish on Monday after officials with Louisiana State Police said a woman's vehicle was on the road on I-10. The woman then led police on a 30-mile police chase according to KPLC.

Louisiana State Police Troop D spokesman Derek Senegal tells us the events began at around 7 o'clock that night when someone called in to say there was a truck that was stopped on I-10 East near Vinton, in the roadway.

Senegal says when they responded to the scene, the woman put her truck in reverse and hit a trooper's vehicle.

Also, Senegal says 40-year-old Florie Fuller had her daughter in the passenger's seat, something troopers did not know until they were finally able to get Fuller to stop.

As the woman was speeding down the highway at close to 90 miles an hour, she ended up hitting two other vehicles.

Eventually, troopers were able to use road spikes at the I-10/I-210 split to disable the woman's truck. She still drove on for another five miles even though the spikes went through one of the tires.

They eventually deployed Pepper Balls into the truck, but it didn't work and she took off again.

When the woman finally stopped the vehicle near the Iowa area, troopers asked her multiple times to comply with their orders to get out of the truck, and she would not. More PepperBalls were used, and the woman finally gave up.

Troopers then saw the woman had her 13-year-old daughter in the truck with her. The girl came out of the truck too.

Senegal says that Fuller was booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center of the following charges:

Three counts of aggravated assault

Three counts of aggravated assault on a peace officer

Two counts of hit-and-run driving, one count of flight from an officer

One count of reckless operation

The woman's daughter was turned over to some of her family.

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