CHP: Wrong-Way Driver in April 22 Crash was More Than Twice the Legal Limit

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The wrong-way driver that killed herself and three others April 22 along Highway 50 had a blood alcohol level of 0.20 percent, the CHP revealed Tuesday.

Elizabet Torres-Zela, 19, reportedly got onto Highway 50 the wrong way at the Harbor Boulevard off-ramp. She drove eastbound in westbound lanes until crashing head-on into a truck near Stockton Boulevard.

Three men were in the truck Torres-Zela hit. All four people were pronounced dead at the scene.

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