Wild video shows a woman and her dog narrowly avoiding a suspect who plowed down a Northeast D.C. sidewalk in an allegedly stolen car while trying to escape police, according to Fox 5.

Evelina Voronina told FOX 5 that she was working in the yard on Saturday, February 10, and had just let her 3-year-old dog Luna out when they heard a loud commotion around the corner.

According to a police report obtained by Fox 5, someone reported their blue Hyundai Tucson stolen around 10 a.m.

Just before 4 p.m., officers were canvassing a neighborhood when they saw the stolen car and attempted to stop it, but the driver fled.

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Video of woman and dog dodging car

A woman and her dog narrowly avoided being hit by a suspect who was speeding down a Northeast D.C. sidewalk in what police said was a stolen car. (FOX 5)

The video shows Voronina turn around, grab her dog and run up the porch steps. A few seconds later, the car suspected of being stolen comes speeding down the sidewalk while a police car chases it.

Voronina said the experience was terrifying, but she is grateful that she and her dog were not hurt.

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Suspected stolen vehicle nearly runs over woman and her dog

A woman and her dog were nearly run over by a suspect fleeing D.C. police in an allegedly stolen car on Saturday. (FOX 5)

“Being angry or angry won’t really do anything for the person. I’m sure they feel bad about what happened too,” Voronina said.

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A police report said the stolen Hyundai was recovered after a long chase. At least one suspect was arrested, but two others are believed to have escaped, according to police.

By Sam