A woman who smashed into four cars while high on cocaine faces sentencing by a crown court judge.
Amy Bright, 24, pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and driving whilst unfit through drugs.
Kirklees magistrates heard that the offences happened on February 22 at 2pm.
The driver of a Volkswagen Golf was driving along Halifax Road in Liversedge when he noticed Bright’s Nissan Micra.
She drove up behind him and hit the back of his vehicle before overtaking and driving through a red light.
Alex Bozman, prosecuting, said: “Another driver in a Volkswagen Transporter was waiting at the lights.
“At that point the Nissan that had gone through the lights was coming towards him.
“He tried to get out of the way but the car collided with his, cracking the front windscreen so he wasn’t able to see properly.”
Bright proceeded through another red light, narrowly avoiding another collision.
As police were called she headed onto the junction of Bradford Road and Huddersfield Road.
Mr Bozman said: “(He car) spun around 180 degrees to hit the back of a car and also damaging a stationary Citroen.
One of the officers who attended at the scene could smell intoxicants on Bright’s breath.
Bright, of Victor Street in Batley, was arrested a sample of her blood was taken.
Mr Bozman said: “Whilst this was below the alcohol limit there was also cocaine in her blood which resulted in her driving the vehicle whilst unfit.”
Bright appeared at the Huddersfield court in custody after failing to attend court twice previously and not complying with her bail conditions.
Her solicitor Zahid Majeed said that she already faces sentencing at crown court for offences of robbery and unlawful imprisonment.
Mr Majeed said: “She’s put herself in some very deep waters.”
Magistrates committed her case to Leeds Crown Court for sentencing on October 3.