Gas hoarding woman’s car bursts into flames after flipping while running from cop
A woman in South Carolina who was hoarding gas panicked Thursday and ended up flipping her car which then burst into a fireball thanks to gas she had been hoarding exploded.
According to the Pickens County Sheriff’s office a deputy tried to stop a 2007 Pontic G6 after seeing a license plate that was stolen.
"The driver of the Pontiac turned left onto Wolf Creek Road and accelerated the vehicle in an attempt to elude law enforcement," the sheriff's office said in a statement. "The deputy then activated his vehicle’s siren. Before the deputy could complete radio traffic with the Communications center, the driver of the Pontiac lost control of the vehicle leaving the roadway and completely flipping the vehicle."
According to the report, multiple explosions" could be heard coming from inside the car. When the driver, identified as Jessica Gale Patterson, got out of the car, she was on fire.
"The deputy pushed Ms. Patterson to the ground in order to put out the flames," the sheriff's office said.
Patterson, 28, was taken to a hospital. Her condition was unknown Friday.
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