• A woman was arrested after a police car chase that ended up in a van-flipping accident
  • The woman survived the incident and faces multiple charges
  • Two men were also arrested earlier Monday after a police chase in Miami Beach

A Florida lady driver survived the dramatic accident she put herself into after trying to flee from local police when they tried to get her on the side of the road for beating a stop sign. The van she was driving flipped multiple times before landing off the road.

According to FOX News, DeLand Police said they tried to flag down the woman driver after she passed by a stop sign. The lady driver attempted to flee the authorities and started driving erratically throughout the International Speedway Boulevard.

While the van flipping incident injured the driver, she survived and is receiving treatment at the Halifax Health Medical Center. While she will be given enough time to heal, she is faced with multiple charges.

Footage from a Volusia County Sherriff’s Office chopper showed how the car first made a U-turn and then appeared to lose control on the highway. The vehicle was said to have been stolen somewhere in Orange County.

After the car landed off-road, local police pulled the lady driver out of the van, along with her dog, which appeared unharmed despite the vehicle being overturned.

The woman driver’s case is the second on Monday, following a police chase kicked off from Miami Beach earlier in the day. Miami Beach Police said authorities were notified about a vehicle in Homestead that was believed to have been carjacked.

The officers then started searching for the auto believed to have been taken in an armed hijacking, NBC affiliate WTVJ reported. The vehicle was later found near 5th Street and Washington Avenue.

Authorities attempted to flag down the carjacked red Jeep Grand Cherokee but the driver drove off. Starting in Miami Beach, the car drove towards south, getting the attention of Miami-Dade Police.

After the chase, Kent Bowens, 18, and Leandre Snow, 21, were taken into custody. More details about the incident have yet to be revealed.

This month, there have been multiple police chases throughout Florida. On New Year’s Day, a high-speed chase was recorded at the Treasure Coast. The chase ended somewhere in Osceola County.

According to ABC affiliate WFTV, 24-year-old Dakota C. Middleton also struck a police car during the chase. The car he drove was confirmed to have been stolen and at some points while he was fleeing authorities, the auto’s speed reached up to 98 mph.

Middleton was also injured slightly after hitting the police car and flipping over. The suspect was brought to the hospital for treatment and was later taken into police custody.