A woman of Arkansas pursues a state soldier after claiming he performed a dangerous Pursuit Intervention Technique (PIT) maneuver during a traffic stop, causing his vehicle as she attempted to pull over. A lawyer for Janice Nicole Harper filed a lawsuit last month in Pulaski County, the county seat of Little Rock. Harper, who was two months pregnant at the time of the incident of July 9, 2020 , , alleges that the soldier from the State Police of Arkansas Rodney Dunn negligently performed the PIT maneuver which resulted in an engine vehicle collision. Alan C. Johnson, an Arkansas State Trooper and Supervisorof Dunn, with Col. William Bryant, Arkansas The Director of State Police is also named in the lawsuit. The lawsuit also states that the Arkansas State Police did not train Dunn in the proper way to initiate a traffic check on a road with an extremely reduced shoulder and proper and safe PIT maneuvering technique. CNN has contacted Arkansas State Police for a statement. CNN could not reach Dunn, and it is not known if he has a lawyer.Read moreAccording to the lawsuit, Harper was traveling on US Highway 67 when Dunn timed his speeding - she was traveling 84 mph in a 70 mph zone. The costume indicates that Dunn activated his emergency lights to initiate a shutdown on Harper. Seconds after the soldier turned on his overhead lights, Harper turned on his turn signals and lowered his speed to 60 mph and moved into the right lane. JUST WATCHED 'This upsets me: black man reacts to white friend ' s traffic stop Replay More videos .. . WATCH 'It upsets me ': the black man reacts to a white friend Stop 05:34 According to the Arkansas Driver's License Guide, when drivers are stopped by police, they must activate their turn signal or turn signal lights. emergency to indicate that they are looking for a safe place to stop and pull over to the right side of the road.However, due to concrete barriers and a low shoulder on both sides of the road, Harper was una ble to stop in allyou security his vehicle on the right or left shoulder, depending on the trial. Dashcam video of Dunn's patrol car the night of the incident shows Harper traveling in the right lane with her hazard lights on and slowed down. In the video obtained by CNN, Dunn performed a PIT maneuver on Harper's vehicle, which allegedly caused him to lose control, tipping the car over on top. There were no exits or shoulders for the plaintiff to exit the freeway safely, before defendant Dunn negligently performed a PIT maneuver on the plaintiff's vehicle two minutes and seven seconds after defendant Dunn turned on his Arkansas State Police patrol lights, causing plaintiff's vehicle to tip over. the lawsuit said. Dunn was seen in the video dashcam approaching the wreckage. As he helps her, he can be heard asking, Why didn't you stop? Harperis heard telling Dunn because I didn't feel safe. Harper was cited in the incident for speeding and refusing to yield to an emergency vehicle, Denton said. The video also shows that Harper told the soldier she was pregnant as she tried to get out of the overturned SUV. A lawyer for Harper told CNN that his client sustained unpulgated injuries in the accident and sought medical treatment. Harper's unborn child was not injured, according to lawyer Joe Denton. The conduct of the accused Dunn was a reckless attempt to engage in conduct which created a significant risk of physical injury to Plaintiff, the trial read. CNN's Amir Vera contributed to this report.