(WAVY) — A 15-year-old girl who was driving a stolen car with four other minors inside is facing multiple charges after sparking a police pursuit across two Virginia cities Monday night.

According to officials, a Virginia State Police supervisor saw a 2016 Acura sedan speeding on I-264 West at Newtown Road in Virginia Beach around 9:30 p.m. on Monday, July 4, so the supervisor started a pursuit.

As the Acura approached the Broad Creek Bridge in Norfolk, it tried to weave in between vehicles, but in doing so, it rear-ended a 2007 Lexus ES350, causing the Acura to become disabled and stop in the middle of the interstate. The Acura’s driver and all of the passengers then got out of the car and surrendered to state troopers.

After the 15-year-old driver was taken into custody, she started to complain of seizures, so she was taken to Norfolk General Hospital and ruled uninjured, according to police.

The teenager was charged with felony eluding, reckless driving, not having an operator’s license, and possessing a stolen vehicle. 

Four underage passengers were also taken into custody, but they were released to parents and family members.