Good crash,car goes flying

Delhi actually ends at Willoughby Rd Anything past Willoughby rd is Lansing. See this google map at,-84.523333,14z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x8822c6a1ba24a695:0xffdab34d212d7321

A 90-mph police chase ends when car goes airborne: Police dash camera footage of a police chase that ended with a Lansing woman being transported to a hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries after her car went airborne and crashed into a utility pole

A 43-year-old Lansing woman continues to recover at Sparrow Hospital from non-life-threatening injuries after leading police on a high-speed chase Tuesday that ended when her car struck a utility pole.

Officials on Wednesday released dash-cam video of the chase. Around 2:50 p.m. Tuesday, Ingham County sheriff’s deputies attempted a traffic stop of a car near Willoughby and Aurelius roads, said Sgt. Jeff Weiss of the office’s Delhi Division.

Weiss said the woman driver fled and led deputies on a chase north on Aurelius Road that reached 90 mph.
The woman lost control of the car at the intersection of Jolly and Aurelius roads after ignoring a red light, crashed into a utility pole and rolled into the trees.

Delhi firefighters extracted the woman from the car. Sheriff’s officials originally said the woman was 35 years old.

The crash is still under investigation, but drugs and alcohol don’t appear to be factors, officials said. It’s still not known why the woman fled.

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