The woman was shot and killed by Calgary police after an early Christmas chase was the owner of the vehicle she was driving at the time, officials said Thursday.
The vehicle – the Honda gray sedan with a number plate SM – looks driven dangerous in the Inglewood area right after midnight on Tuesday.
Officers tried to stop the vehicle but it shot.
Then around 2:40 a.m., the police received more reports of the same vehicle being driven dangerous, this time in the Falconridge community.
Officers saw Honda take the wrong road to approaching traffic and try what was called "a controlled stop" when turning onto McKnight Boulevard from Stoney Trail NE, "by pulling police vehicles in front of the sedan and additional police vehicles on each side and on the back of the sedan, "according to the release of the Serious Alberta Incident Response Team, which is now investigating.
When the officers came out of their vehicles, Honda began to move once more, said ASIRT in its release.
An officer shot, killing the 29-year-old female driver.
"Both the gray sedan and police vehicles were damaged during the confrontation," the release said.
The clerk worked to notify the woman's closest relatives. The woman's name hasn't been released.
ASIRT investigates whenever someone is seriously injured or killed by the police.