If you are trying to outrun the cops you probably shouldn't try driving on the just poured concrete in a construction zone. It won't end well.

Recently in Rochester, Minnesota woman was driving around 7th Street North East yelling out her car window with a bullhorn.

Apparently, this is something locals had observed her doing before.

When Rochester Police tried to pull her over she fled.

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One officer broke off that chase. A bit later another police officer pursued her.

That's when the lady with the bullhorn drove through construction barriers blocking off a road project on North Broadway and landed herself in tons of freshly poured concrete.

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The 53-year-old woman became stuck after driving through about 150 feet of fresh concrete.

It's been reported that folks have complained numerous times about this woman driving around the city with a bullhorn shouting about “spreading the word of God.”

Rochester Police Capt. Casey Moilanen stated that the woman was taken to the hospital for a mental health evaluation and could face charges.

The bill for damage from the contractor alone is estimated at around $30,000 to $40,000.

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