Adacia Chambers faces murder charges in deadly Oklahoma State crash

Did a drunk driver cost four people watching a homecoming parade their lives -- including a 2-year-old boy?

Adacia Chambers faces murder charges in deadly Oklahoma State crash

Adacia Chambers, 25, faces that question when she appears in court on Monday, along with four counts of second-degree murder, and the potential prospect of life in prison.

She supposedly furrowed into a group assembled in reckoning of Oklahoma State University's homecoming amusement in Stillwater on Saturday, harming an extra 47 individuals. Eleven of them were 13 years old or more youthful.

Happy OSU fans

"America's brightest orange." The pleased trademark of Oklahoma State University well portrays the scene of the group lined up on a road, decked out in orange pullovers to flame their group on against the University of Kansas Jayhawks.

For some, it was a family excursion with youngsters close behind. Also, fans were cheerful for OSU's undefeated Cowboys, broadly positioned No. 10 by USA Today's Coaches' Poll.

The state of mind couldn't have dove all the more significantly in a moment.

Sudden effect

Out of nowhere, an auto furrowed into the masses in the wake of ricocheting off a stopped police bike. From a separation, fans saw the auto punching into the group.

"I can't portray it any more obviously than this: individuals flying noticeable all around," OSU graduate understudy Paul Sims said.

Understudy Kailey Carter saw the auto coming and attempted to sprint. It thumped her airborne.

"The auto hit me as it was halting, and afterward I flew over a few strollers," she told CNN subsidiary KJRH, holding up a wrapped left wrist.

Geoff Haxton remained around 100 yards from the accident site viewing the outcome.

"All there was smoke and frenzy. A large portion of the crisis work force in the region arrived," Haxton said. "Individuals were running. (My) first intuition was to make tracks in an opposite direction from the road." 
Adacia Chambers faces murder charges in deadly Oklahoma State crash

The casualties

Madison Atwell, 7, survived the rushing auto with six broken ribs, a blackout and fastens, her family said.

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