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Oklahoma Woman Crashes Car Into Police Cruiser, Tells Cops 'Welcome To Hell' (Video)

Stacey Ann Bunsey was caught on a police officer's body camera (video below) driving a car into a police cruiser and gloating afterwards in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, on Nov. 6.

As Bunsey drives toward Police Master Patrol Officer James Matthew Stacy, he opens fire. After the collision, Bunsey pops out of the car’s sunroof, and says, “I’m God, b----. Welcome to hell,” reports Tulsa World.

Amazingly, no one was seriously injured, but Stacy did suffer minor injuries.

“My only explanation was he was under the protection of God,” Sand Springs Police Chief Mike Carter said at a press conference on Nov. 9.

Police pursued the SUV that Bunsey drove for six miles on suspicion of being a stolen vehicle.

Stacy planned to use stop sticks to pop out the tires on SUV, which came roaring out of a school parking lot.

"It soon became apparent that I was not going to have time to do this, and that she intended on trying to hurt or kill me," Stacy said in a statement, notes the New York Daily News.

After the crash, police used a Taser on Bunsey, and took her into custody. Bunsey cursed at the officers, sang a hymn and prayed.

Bunsey reportedly told the cops that she “did some ice” days earlier, and “did a line of ice last night.” Ice is slang for meth.

Bunsey was charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon on a police officer, eluding a police officer, driving under the influence of drugs, possession of a stolen vehicle and resisting arrest.

In his statement, Stacy thanked God for protecting him.

Sources: Tulsa World, New York Daily News / Photo Credit: New York Daily News Screenshot

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