Woman drives on railroad tracks because 'GPS told her to,' police say

City of Duquesne Police Department

A woman drove up onto the railroad tracks in a Pennsylvania city because the 'GPS told her to do it,' according to the City of Duquesne Police Department. 

On Wednesday, Nov. 21 around 10 p.m. officers were called to the railroad tracks at Grant Avenue and State Route 837, the police department wrote on Facebook. 

As they arrived on scene, officers learned from the driver, a woman from Sewickley, Pa., that her GPS advised her to go this way. 

According to police, this woman was 100 percent sober and had no medical conditions affecting her decision-making. 

The vehicle was towed from the scene and the driver was cited for careless driving.