SALEM, Ore. (AP) – Marion County prosecutors in Salem, Oregon, say a 49-year-old woman has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for a fatal wrong-way crash last November on Interstate 5.
One woman was killed in the crash and a man and 7-year-old child were injured. The district attorney’s office says the three had been traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday when their vehicle was hit on Nov. 25.
On Friday, Audrey Blivens pleaded guilty and was sentenced for manslaughter, two counts of assault and DUI.
An Oregon State Police investigation found that Blivens crashed head-on into a vehicle driven by Juan Ledesma and occupied by Deana Deleon and a 7-year old passenger. Deana Deleon died.