Suspect In Deadly Crash Charged With DUI In Separate Wreck

(The Winchester Sun)
(The Winchester Sun)
Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 3/10 8:28 pm
A Clark County woman who was charged with wanton murder in connection to a deadly crash last year, was charged with DUI in a separate accident that happened last week, according to a published report in the Winchester Sun.

The newspaper reported that Holly Britz crashed her car on Irvine Road in Clark County on March 6, 2014.

The report said investigators found several pill bottles in the vehicle.

Britz was airlifted to UK Hospital in Lexington, according to the report.

No one else was injured in the crash, according to the newspaper.

In February 2013, investigators said Britz was under the influence of prescription drugs when her vehicle collided with Britta Richmond's car in Clark County, according to the published report.

Richmond died in the crash.

Britz had been out on bond in the deadly accident case, but a bond hearing was scheduled for next week, according to the newspaper report.

(Note:  The photograph of the March 6, 2014, accident scene that was used in conjunction with this story is courtesy of The Winchester Sun.)
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