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FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) — A woman facing charges made a run for it, out of a Broward courtroom, Thursday morning.

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Broward Sheriff’s deputies said Dayanira Salazar was in front of Judge Michael Robinson for a grand theft charge.

When the bailiff was going to take her into custody, she bolted from the courtroom

Deputies said Salazar dashed out of the courtroom, out of the courthouse, making her way to a nearby bridge as a female deputy chased after her.

Salazar was able to get into a cab but the deputy told the driver to stop.

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Dayanira Salazar (Courtesy: BSO)

Dayanira Salazar (Courtesy: BSO)

That’s when Salazar got out and attempted to get into another car to no avail, deputies said.

The deputy was able to arrest Salazar who was later taken to the hospital from an asthma attack.

The deputy who chased after her suffered scratches on her knees and was also being checked out.

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Salazar will face additional charges.