Cops identify mom who brought baby on high-speed chase

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From there, the woman allegedly carried the baby as she forcibly commandeered a truck and took off at a high rate of speed.

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Rodriguez eventually loses control before crashing into a truck in front after the tires on her Mercedes SUV are deflated by a police device.

The resulting chase hit speeds near 100 miles per hour on several occasions and included the woman swerving into oncoming traffic lanes.

After running a red light, she later ploughed her vehicle into the back of another auto.

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The 29-year-old ended up smashing into the back of a truck before pulling her baby, in a portable auto seat, out of the vehicle and running across a road in front of oncoming cars. One officer pulls the driver, a woman, to safety as another officer removes Rodriguez and her baby.

According to Fox News, a female motorist who has not been publicly identified began by leading police in a pursuit that resulted in a crash. The woman ran from police with the baby in a auto seat. The incident happened June 15 in San Antonio.

She then tried to carjack a driver - while carrying her child. A trooper then parks his vehicle in front of the auto Rodriguez allegedly tried to steal and draws his weapon and points it at the auto, directing the driver to unlock her door. She has been charged with child endangerment, possession of a controlled substance and evading arrest.

The baby, who was not injured, was taken by Child Protective Services.

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