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A woman accused of driving the wrong way on a Southern California freeway, causing a head-on crash that killed her sister and five others, has been released from a hospital and transferred to jail.
A 21-year-old woman arrested for investigation of drunk driving and manslaughter after a crash that killed six people had her license suspended as a teenager for driving under the influence, according to state Department of Motor Vehicle records.
The mother of a newborn was hospitalized Monday and facing possible manslaughter charges after authorities say she drunkenly drove the wrong way on a Southern California freeway, slamming into another car and killing six people, including her own sister.
A wrong-way driver on a Southern California freeway was arrested Sunday after being accused of causing a pre-dawn crash that left six people dead, authorities said.