A woman leads authorities on a high-speed chase in San Antonio, crashing her vehicle, then taking off on foot while holding a baby in a carrier before trying to carjack a passing motorist.
Police separated the woman from her child after placing her under arrest.
A Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter caught the 29-year-old zooming 100 miles per hour down Route 90 - with the kid strapped in the back seat of her Mercedes SUV - after cops tried to pull her over on outstanding warrants.
A woman in Texas took off from police and led them on a 100 miles per hour chase with a baby in the back seat of the auto.
But the carjacking bid comes to a swift end as police surround the vehicle at gunpoint.
The incident was captured on camera in Bexar County in June.
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But officers pulled up just as she was trying to hijack the auto and pulled her out and forced her to the ground.
Rodriguez then attempted to carjack another vehicle, also with a woman and child inside, but troopers blocked that truck in and got everyone out.
Rodriguez then exited her auto and ran around to the passenger rear door and took out the baby in its vehicle seat.
A trooper then arrived and blocked the other vehicle from escaping, drawing his gun on the woman while a second trooper goes in and safely gets the baby from the auto.
ABC News reports that the baby was taken into care by social services and that the woman was charged with evading arrest, possession of a controlled substance, and endangering a child.