- The woman who sat in the US state of Oklahoma with her car crashed into a student parade is Sunday indicted for quadruple murder. In drama, three adults and a toddler of two years to life. Dozens of others were injured. Some of the injured are still in critical condition.
According to police, the woman, the 25-year-old Alicia Avery Chambers, under the influence of alcohol. Her lawyer has strong reservations about it. However, he says in the newspaper The Oklahoman that his client at the time of the crash was mentally ill.
The victims died when a car barricades and a parked police motorbike rammed and then crashed into the crowd. That happened in the city of Stillwater. The woman is accused of committing four so-called second-degree murders. That's the second- worst possible indictment.