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P-plater who would travel in her minivan with three children would have led the police to a 170 km / h chase

P-plater who would travel in her minivan with three children would have led police to a 170 km / h chase when a man jumped out of the vehicle

  • A 32-year-old driver is said to have fled the police in the north of NSW at more than 170 km / h
  • During the chase, a man jumped out of the car and has not yet been found by the police
  • When the police stopped the car, they reportedly found a two-year-old, unrestrained

A p-plater who reportedly fled from the police in her minivan with three children under seven years old at a speed of more than 170 km / h has been arrested.

Officers saw the Mazda MPV traveling along Yarrie Lake Road in Narrabri, northern NSW, at 9:30 on Thursday, and reportedly attempted to stop the car.

After the 32-year-old driver reportedly wouldn’t stop, agents chased after the car hit speeds of up to 170 mph in the 100 mph area.

During the chase, a man jumped out of the front passenger seat and ran away from the police.

A 32-year-old driver is said to have fled the police with three children at a speed of more than 170 km / h in the car. Shown is Yarrie Lake Road in Narrabri, nsw, where the hunt took place

A 32-year-old driver is said to have fled the police with three children at a speed of more than 170 km / h in the car. Shown is Yarrie Lake Road in Narrabri, nsw, where the hunt took place

The Mazda is said to have stalled in Bridge Street shortly after, and police arrested the 32-year-old driver.

When police inspected the minivan, they reportedly found a two-year-old boy unrestrained in the backseat.

A four-month-old girl and a seven-year-old boy were allegedly in the car at the time.

The 32-year-old driver was charged with a series of offenses, including police chase, a P2 driver exceeded 45 mph and drove an unrestrained child between the ages of 6 months and 4 years old.

She was denied bail and will appear at Moree Local Court on Friday.

“The children are being taken care of by relatives and a risk report has been made,” police said in a statement.

Police are still looking for the passenger who fled during the chase and encourage anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.

When police inspected the minivan, they reportedly found a two-year-old boy unrestrained in the backseat. Depicted is a car similar to that of the chase

When police inspected the minivan, they reportedly found a two-year-old boy unrestrained in the backseat. Depicted is a car similar to that of the chase

When police inspected the minivan, they reportedly found a two-year-old boy unrestrained in the backseat. Depicted is a car similar to that of the chase

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