A DRIVER has caused a scene along Wagga's main street after leading a convoy of police on a low-speed-pursuit.
Just before midnight on Saturday, police noticed a vehicle travelling "very slowly" on Tarcutta Street.
Riverina Police District Acting Inspector Stephen Marshall said officers held concerns for the driver's - a 43-year-old woman - welfare, and attempted to stop her.
"She was only travelling about 20km/h, so police activated warning signals and sirens, but the vehicle continued driving," he said.
"Police initiated a low-speed pursuit once we were able to bring in a uniformed police vehicle for back-up."
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The woman led police onto Fitzmaurice Street before reaching Baylis Street where police on foot were able to approach the vehicle at a set of traffic lights.
"[Officers] were able to walk across to the vehicle, reach through the window, pull on the handbrake and remove the keys," Acting Inspector Marshall said.
The woman was arrested and later conveyed to Wagga Base Hospital for medical assessment, and no charges were laid.
"A part from driving excessively slow, down to 10-15km/h, no offences have been committed," Acting Inspector Marshall said.