Woman Accused of Leading N.H. Police on 10-Mile Car Chase

A woman is facing charges after New Hampshire police say she led them on a chase from Londonderry to Salem on Sunday night.

Margaret E. Flynn is being charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated, disobeying a police officer, and resisting arrest after she led police on a 10-mile chase down I-93 South.

The Boston Globe reported that police said they received reports of an erratic driver near Londonderry just after 8 p.m. on Sunday. When police responded to the call, Flynn stopped at a weigh station before taking off again, leading the chase all the way to Exit 1 near Salem and the Massachusetts border.

NECN reported that assistance from two other police vehicles was needed to stop Flynn’s car. The report added that the 45-year-old Marlborough woman then had to be removed from her vehicle after refusing to exit on her own.

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