A WOMAN has been arrested after a brief chase along the Hume Highway yesterday that ended in her crashing.
Police received several calls from drivers saying a maroon Commodore was travelling at up to 190km/h near Benalla at 11.30am.
Highway Patrol officers tried to stop the car near the Baddaginnie exit, but the driver would not pull over.
They pursued it for about 30 seconds before the chase was called off due to safety concerns.
Its speed was monitored for more than 100 kilometres before it left the highway at Broadford.
The driver then lost control and crashed the car into a guardrail.
The driver, a Werribee woman, 23, was arrested but required medical treatment and was taken to the Northern Hospital at Epping.
Last night she was still being treated and had not been interviewed or charged.
Investigators wish to speak to anyone who witnessed the car hitting the guardrail, or the Commodore before it crashed.
Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit crimestoppers南京夜网.au.
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