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AUDIO: High-speed chase reached 110 miles per hour this morning, went from Willing to North Main in Wellsville to Belmont

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By JOHN ANDERSON

A woman is in custody facing several felony charges after a high-speed chase reaching speeds of 110 miles per hour ended at the State Police barracks in Amity.

Law enforcement officials confirmed the woman was involved in a domestic incident at 5:25 a.m. today in Willing on State Route 19. During the incident, a male allegedly had his vehicle damaged before the female left the scene at a high rate of speed.

What is known: The vehicle left Willing in excess of 100 miles per hour and drove on North Main Street in the village of Wellsville. Between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. the traffic lights are blinking yellow on Main Street.

Police said the vehicle was going 88 and passed another vehicle at the Kwik Fill. Going through the traffic light in Scio, troopers had the vehicle clocked at 95 and then police clocked the vehicle at 110 passing the Allegany County Jail in Belmont.

The vehicle did slow down in the village of Belmont, going 74 miles per hour in a 30 mile per hour zone. When the vehicle left Belmont and got into Amity, the driver “locked it up” troopers said and went into the parking lot at the SP Amity barracks on State Route 19 where she was taken into custody and treated for injuries.

Police audio courtesy Michael T. Baldwin

On the call, troopers said at the start, “She is currently running into the caller’s truck with her Toyota Camry … (and at the end) vehicle locked it up at the barracks.”

Police also mentioned a knife and said it was a domestic incident. The Sun is withholding names until felony charges are filed.

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