A woman in South Carolina is lucky to be alive after getting in a high speed chase in a stolen vehicle and crashing . . . with several containers of hoarded gas in the car.

The 28-year-old woman was behind the wheel of a 2007 Pontiac G6 with a license plate reported stolen. She had a ton of gas she was hoarding loaded in containers in the back. When officers tried to stop her for the stolen plate, she allegedly tried to accelerate to elude the police.  That’s when she lost control, flipped the car and the hoarded gas caught fire and exploded!

Here are some posts on social media about the incident.

Pickens County Sheriff’s Office Responds to Accident and Vehicle FireEarlier this evening, a deputy with the Pickens...

Posted by Pickens County Sheriff's Office (SC) on Thursday, May 13, 2021


ONLY ON FOX: Deputies say woman hoarding gas burned in explosive car fire

Hoarding gas isn't just wrong-- it's VERY dangerous! Our photojournalist saw the burned up car being towed away from the scene after deputies say the driver flipped the vehicle running from a traffic stop-- with containers of fuel hoarded in the trunk. They ignited a fire and explosion, leaving the woman hospitalized tonight. #OnlyOnFOX https://www.foxcarolina.com/news/deputies-woman-hoarding-gas-flips-car-with-stolen-tag-vehicle-bursts-into-flames/article_6fd57262-b453-11eb-859e-c398ef0e7bf9.html?block_id=994016

Posted by Fox Carolina News on Thursday, May 13, 2021

She was badly burned, but will survive.


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