DUI Crash

Repeat DUI Offender Gets 30 Years To Life Sentence For Crash That Killed Menlo Park CoupleA woman with a prior DUI conviction who struck and killed a Menlo Park couple walking their dog in 2013 was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison Wednesday, prosecutors said.
Mom And Baby Killed, 2 Boys Hurt When Car Crashes Into Livermore Apartment BuildingThe driver involved in an alleged DUI crash that took the life of a woman and her baby when a car crashed into an apartment in Livermore Saturday evening was at a wine festival prior to the crash and has already been released on bail, according to police.
East Palo Alto Woman Gets 15 Years To Life For Fatal 2011 DUI CrashAn East Palo Alto woman convicted of second-degree murder and vehicular manslaughter with intoxication and felony evading charges in connection with a fatal 2011 drunk driving crash was sentenced to 15 years to life in state prison Friday.
4 Hurt, 1 Arrest Arrest Head-On DUI Crash In Santa RosaFour people were injured, one seriously, Saturday morning in a head-on collision on state Highway 12 caused by an allegedly drunk driver.
2 Killed In Menlo Park Crash That Sent Car Flying Into Tree On Hwy 101Alcohol and speed appear to have played roles in a car crash that left two people dead off of U.S. Highway 101 in Menlo Park early Saturday morning.
2 Women Killed In Santa Rosa Rear-Ender By Suspected DUI DriverTwo women were killed by a suspected drunk driver in a rear-end crash in Santa Rosa on Saturday, a CHP officer said.
1 Dies, 2 Injured In San Jose DUI CrashOne person was killed in a DUI crash near Martial Cottle Park in San Jose early Sunday morning.
Family Seriously Hurt In Concord Crash With Suspected Drunk DriverA couple and their 7-year-old daughter were seriously injured when a suspected drunken driver smashed into the back of their Ford Taurus in unincorporated Concord on Monday night, a California Highway Patrol officer said.
Santa Rosa Woman Guilty Of Manslaughter In DUI Crash; Jury Deadlocks On Murder ChargeA Sonoma County Superior Court jury Thursday afternoon convicted a Santa Rosa woman of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and reckless driving, but could not reach a verdict on a second-degree murder charge in connection with a crash that killed another driver last year.
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