As country music artist Alan Jackson once sang, faith, hope and love are some good things God gave us, but the greatest is… gravity?
A video of a woman driving in circles at an intersection in Gastonia, North Carolina, is taking social media by storm.
The incident took place on October 8 and the woman, whom police believe was having mental problems, is seen in the video ramming a police car twice, before eventually flipping her car down an embankment.
According to the Gaston Gazette:
According to Gastonia Police Capt. Rodney Aldridge, police were called after the woman was spotted driving in circles in the intersection. A witness says she was waving her arm out of the window and yelling as she drove.
When a Gastonia officer arrived on scene, the woman stopped, Aldridge said. When the officer asked her for her name, she replied, “Faith, hope and love,” Aldridge said.
A witness said when the woman crawled out of the car, she was singing: “Jesus loves the little children of the world.”
The woman was charged with careless and reckless driving, and assault with a deadly weapon on an officer, according to the Gazette.
Caution: Video contains graphic language from bystanders:
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