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Woman crashes during high-speed pursuit injuring another driver, Milton police say

Brittany Shae Lambert was arrested Friday evening after leading Milton police officers on a high-speed pursuit on I-64 all the way to Barboursville, according to a news release from the Milton Police Department. (Milton Police Department) 

A woman is facing multiple charges after police said she led them on a high-speed pursuit through Cabell County and crashed into two other vehicles.

Brittany Shae Lambert was arrested Friday evening after leading Milton police officers on a high-speed pursuit on I-64 all the way to Barboursville, according to a news release from the Milton Police Department.

The release said Lambert was driving a vehicle that had been reported stolen in Charleston.

During the pursuit, Lambert got off at the Merritt’s Creek exit where she collided with two other vehicles, the release said. The driver of one of those vehicles suffered serious injuries.

Lambert is charged with fleeing causing bodily injury, receiving and transferring stolen property, three counts of destruction of property, reckless driving and numerous other traffic offenses.

The Milton Police Department received assistance from the Cabell County Sheriff’s Department, Barboursville Police Department, West Virginia State Police, Cabell County EMS, Barboursville Volunteer Fire Department and Cabell County 911.

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