What happens when you mix a couple of excellent beverages with an NFS-like experience? Well, you end up at the Daytona 500 tournament, asking people around if they saw the number plate of that car that passed through the speedway. A drunk driver crashes car into Dayton’s infield, injuring four persons and damaging countless cars.
Early this Saturday, the police department from Daytona Beach had to take care of a most unusual case. According to their deportations, on Saturday morning, several witness camping around Daytona, saw a female driver crashing into Daytona’s Speedway.
It would seem that the driver managed to lose control of the wheel, crash into Daytona’s infield where she hit six cars and injured four people. Police officers dispatched to the location found a 43-years old inebriated woman whom they’ve identified as Abbie Kinney.
The police officers declared that the woman was so intoxicated that the barely knew where she was. After getting her out of the car, the police checked to see if the woman was unharmed. Shortly after, the woman was given the breath analyzer to establish just how much she drank before going on a car-wrecking rampage.
According to the device, the woman’s blood alcohol concentration was way over the legal limit. When asked about her condition, the woman told the police officers that she earlier consumed several alcoholic beverages and that shouldn’t be driving.
Although the woman seemed to be aware of what went down at Daytona that day, the police officers were not swayed by this heart-warming testimony of self-awareness.
The intoxicated female driver was taken to the police station and incarcerated, pending her trial.
On Monday, the 43-year-old woman was brought before a jury, where she now has to answer for several accounts including damaging persons and damaging property under the influence of alcohol or drugs and driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
According to the statement offered by the police officers who expedited the case of the female Evel Knieval, said that the area where Kinney crashed her car, specifically Daytona’s infield, is very sought after by camping fans, especially during the Daytona 500 competition.
A witness said he saw the 43-year old woman hit a fellow camper, but, instead of stopping, she continued to drive, eventually hitting another 3. According to the same witness, before stopping, Kinney was cruising at 40 miles per hour.
And as an update to this whole mishap, it would seem that Miss Kinney way bailed out from jail after paying a bond of 5000 dollars.