A Wiregrass woman is in jail after leading police on a high-speed chase that involved nearly a dozen law enforcement agencies.
Speeds exceeded 120-miles per hour at times.
The chase began after the driver of an older model Nissan allegedly ran several motorists off Highway 79 in Bonifay.
Florida authorities pursued the car into Alabama.
The driver then headed North along Highway 167, racing through portions of Geneva, Dale and Coffee Counties.
The driver, identified as Tunesha Keeton, pulled over when Enterprise police formed a roadblock.
The 29-year-old level plains woman told police she had a migraine headache and didn't know she was speeding.
Keeton is being held on reckless endangerment charges in Geneva. More charges could be filed against her in Holmes County Florida.
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