No injuries reported after vehicle crashes into tree in north Lincoln

Courtesy: NSPTroopHNightShift
Courtesy: NSPTroopHNightShift

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – The Nebraska State Patrol says a woman was arrested following a short pursuit in Lincoln and crashing into a tree early Thursday morning.

According to authorities, troopers witnessed a Ford Fusion speeding and repeatedly striking a curb around 2 a.m. on Superior Street near 14th.

A trooper attempted a traffic stop but the vehicle fled westbound onto Benton Street.

NSP pursued the Fusion until the vehicle failed to navigate a curve at 7th street and crashed into a tree.

The driver of the Fusion fled on foot before she was taken into custody.

Authorities identified the driver as 24-year-old Sunday Jud of Lincoln.

Jud was arrested for willful reckless driving, felony flight to avoid arrest, driving under the influence, obstructing a peace officer, and refusing to subject to a field sobriety test.

Thankfully, no injuries were reported.


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