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UPDATE: Chase leads police through several jurisdictions

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HAMILTON COUNTY, TN (WRCB) - A chase Monday night that began in Collegedale led police into North Georgia and back into Chattanooga. 

It began around 9:30 p.m. when a Collegedale officer tried to stop a vehicle for inoperable lights on Little Debbie Parkway.   The vehicle was weaving entering into oncoming traffic and would not stop for officers' lights and sirens.  

The driver continued onto I-75 South and still would not pull over even though several officers were behind her.  Several attempts were made to stop the suspect's vehicle including the use of spike strips, but the suspect was able to avoid them.

After hitting several police cars the vehicle was finally stopped on I-24. One Collegedale car had minor damage but at least one other agency had a car with heavy damage.

Cynthia Board was charged with DUI, Evading Arrest, Aggravated Assault (2 counts) and had an outstanding warrant from another jurisdiction.
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