(CNN) — Amy Carey-Jones heard the news from someone, but she refused to believe it.
It couldn\’t be her sister who authorities say rammed a barricade at the White House and then led police on a high-velocity chase through the heart of the nation\’s capital, ending with gunshots that left the woman dead.
No, not her sister, she said. Then she turned on the television to the images of a smashed car and police.
\”I just saw the same clip over and over,\” Carey-Jones said Friday on CNN\’s AC360. \”I did recognize the car. It just didn\’t seem real.\”
A day after Miriam Carey led police on the chase with her 1-year-old daughter in the back seat, authorities are searching for clues to explain the bizarre chain of events that led to her death.