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High-speed RV chase in LA yesterday
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Dog jumps out of moving vehicle, suspect detained after high-speed RV chase in LA

This is crazy!
She had two dogs with her.
The one that jumped out and the one that stayed in are both okay.
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One dog had enough sense to bail.

I can finally afford an RV. Thinks she'd take a couple hundred?
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This is the view/commentary from the helicopter.
It's over 12 minutes long but the chase went on for around 30 minutes:




Los Angeles area: Police chase suspected stolen RV
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(05-22-2019, 08:41 PM)FlyoverCountry Wrote: One dog had enough sense to bail.

I can finally afford an RV.  Thinks she'd take a couple hundred?

It was stolen.
I would be sooo upset if that were mine!

DUI suspect in custody after leading police on wild pursuit through San Fernando Valley

A DUI suspect driving in a stolen RV with two dogs on her lap led police on a dangerous high-speed chase through the San Fernando Valley Tuesday night.

The recreational vehicle smashed into at least six other cars during the chase, shredding the side of the vehicle's passenger side open.

In the middle of the chase, one of the dogs jumped out through the smashed front windshield and ran off as she continued driving.

It finally ended when the RV collided into a car in Tarzana and the woman jumped out and fled on foot. Officers quickly tackled her and took her into custody as she was trying to jump the fence of a home in the neighborhood.

The wild ending to the chase stunned neighbors of the quiet neighborhood.

https://abc7news.com/rv-driver-in-custod...y/5311915/
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RV police chase: DUI suspect arrested after wild Calif. pursuit identified

A DUI suspect who led police on a dangerous high-speed chase through the San Fernando Valley in a stolen RV with two dogs on her lap has been identified.

The California Highway Patrol identified the suspect as Julie Ann Rainbird, 52. She lives in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Winnetka.

The chase started around 7 p.m. in the Santa Clarita area for failure to yield, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Authorities said the RV was stolen from Giant RV in Downey. The owner of the RV, a Granada Hills woman, said not only was her RV stolen, her identity information was stolen as well. That information was used to purchase a motorcycle in Simi Valley. The theft victim was notified of that purchase on April 30, which is when she reported the crime to Simi Valley police.

https://abc7chicago.com/rv-police-chase-...d/5311902/

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Julie Ann Rainbird, 52. Dogs names unknown
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Dogs names unknown.
Finally some real journalism. LOL
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Wow that's insane! I hope those that got hurt and the dogs are all OK.
If you have to fight, fight like the third monkey on the ramp to Noah's Ark. And brother, it's starting to rain...

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(05-22-2019, 09:01 PM)FlyoverCountry Wrote: Dogs names unknown.
Finally some real journalism. LOL

I added that.
You can tell because of the punctuation.
* Dog's *

Chuckle
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(05-22-2019, 09:02 PM)Catch Wrote: Wow that's insane! I hope those that got hurt and the dogs are all OK.

They said the dogs were checked out had only minor injuries and they will be okay.
Two of the people she hit were taken to the hospital.
I haven't found any info on their condition yet.
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(05-22-2019, 09:02 PM)Catch Wrote: Wow that's insane! I hope those that got hurt and the dogs are all OK.

You know there is absolutely no respect for the law, when I was growing up this would have been handled in a matter of minutes, you would have not to had to worry about a trial.
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