BUENA VISTA, Mich. (WWJ) — A woman from Georgia led Michigan State troopers on a high-speed chase near Saginaw on Saturday.

The 48-year-old woman was stopped by state troopers after a chase that exceeded 100 miles per hour on I-75 through two counties. The vehicle was seen weaving in and out of traffic.

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As the troopers approached the vehicle, they found that the woman was completely naked.

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“As troopers went up to the vehicle, they observed a large, naked female behind the steering wheel,” Lt. David Kaiser told WWJ Newsradio 950. “This female was assisted from the vehicle and later taken by ambulance to a hospital for an evaluation.”

Kaiser said that the woman was not injured during the incident. Troopers used the pit maneuver to stop the car.

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Kaiser says they are not sure if the incident is drug related or a medical issue, but they are investigating. He says the car had Georgia plates and she had a Georgia driver’s license, but they are not sure what her connection is to Michigan.