Woman pleads guilty in crash that killed 2 | TheUnion.com

Woman pleads guilty in crash that killed 2

Kelli Townsend, the woman accused of driving drunk on June 11, 2004, when she lost control of her Jeep and struck two other vehicles, killing Cassandra Elizabeth Schley-May, 22; and Glen Edmiston, 76, pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of vehicular manslaughter.

In a plea deal with prosecutors, she will serve no more than five years and four months in prison for the crash, which occured on Highway 49 outside Nevada City.

For more on this story, read Saturday’s The Union.

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