Woman arrested after 100 mph wrong-way drive on the SF Bay Bridge

Early Tuesday morning, a woman was caught driving 100 mph in the wrong direction going eastbound on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. To make matters worse, she had two young children in her vehicle. California Highway Patrol chased the woman, intentionally ramming her vehicle to slow her down. That turned her around and she drove back over the bridge in the correct direction. She was eventually arrested at her grandmother's San Leandro home. Thankfully, there were no injuries.


The driver then got out of the car and ran toward the residence's doorway. After a brief standoff, she was taken into custody. It was later discovered that two children — ages 6 and 8 — were in the back of the vehicle. The children were taken to a hospital for precautionary measures, but were not injured, police said.

The driver was arrested at 4:27 a.m. for what police describe as "various charges," including child endangerment. She was taken to the hospital for precautionary measures. Although no injuries were reported, the driver is still in the hospital according to police.