DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (CBSMiami/AP) —  A pregnant woman who drove her minivan, with her three children inside, through a Florida beach and into the ocean is in the hospital for a mental evaluation.

A Volusia County Sheriff’s Office spokesman said Thursday that Ebony Wilkerson was still being evaluated under the Baker Act. The law that allows authorities to involuntarily take people into custody if they seem to be a threat to themselves.

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No one was injured.

Bystanders and officers helped pull her and her children — ages 3, 9 and 10 — from their minivan as it was almost submerged.

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Wilkerson was stopped in her vehicle by police officers two hours before she drove into the ocean. Her sister called police worried since Wilkerson had been talking about demons.

The officers found her lucid and let her go.

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