It took two PIT maneuvers and a number of troopers to stop and subdue an out-of-control, wrong-way driver in Utah.

Authorities say that 32-year-old Natalie Peterson was under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol when she drove the wrong way on I-15 and failed to stop for police.

Police executed two PIT maneuvers – one which damaged but didn’t stop the car, and a second which flipped the vehicle.

Still, Peterson fled her car, attempted to carjack a few vehicles, and tried to resist arrest, authorities say. Lt. Chris Simmons, with the Utah Highway Patrol, said it took five troopers to “bring her to some kind of peace.”

Eight hospital workers then had to help subdue Peterson when she was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Watch the dramatic ordeal above.

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