A Jacksonville woman is facing charges in connection with a Feb. 7, crash in West Palm Beach in which eighteen people were injured.
Kimberly Brown, 42, was driving a Toyota Tundra which collided with a Ford passenger van registered to Inlet Cab Company, according to a probable cause affidavit.
The collision happened shortly before 1 a.m. on Okeechobee Boulevard near Congress Avenue.
A witness told police the Tundra appeared to be making a U-turn and pulled in front of the van which was filled with people.
Four people, including Brown, were transported as trauma patients. One was permanently disfigured and needed several reconstructive surgeries, a police report stated.
While hospitalized blood was drawn from Brown. A toxicology report later determined Brown had a blood alcohol analysis of .244 and .245, according to the probable cause affidavit.
Police later arrested Brown and she faces three counts of DUI serious bodily injury and fourteen counts of DUI personal injury.