WOODS CROSS, Utah (NBC/WOODS CROSS PD) - A Utah woman is lucky to be alive after two trains hit her car, and it was all caught on tape.
Woods Cross police say officers were responding to an unwanted-guest disturbance call Sunday morning when they spotted a car matching someone involved in the incident.
Officials say the 29-year-old woman did not pull over for police, which led to a brief chase.
As you can see in the dashcam video, the woman's car collided with a train as she was crossing the tracks.
Officers were trying to get the woman out of her car when the second train smashed into her car.
While the car sustained heavy damage, the woman walked away with only a broken arm.
The woman faces charges of evading arrest, but additional charges are possible pending an investigation.
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