Police: Woman “Huffing” During Crash

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Updated: 12/10/2012 5:53 am

State Police said a Pike County woman was “huffing” a cleaning product when she smashed her car into a restaurant.

Toma Williamson, 55, was arrested Saturday after police said she lost control of her car on US 23, hit a parked car then slammed into a Subway restaurant.

Police said an employee inside at the time was injured and taken to the hospital.

Williamson admitted she was inhaling a product used for keyboard cleaning while she was driving, according to police.

She was charged with driving under the influence.

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