Alcohol, Speed Factors In Crash That Killed 5 9-23-2010 - WNEM TV 5

Alcohol, Speed Factors In Crash That Killed 5 9-23-2010

Authorities in Michigan's rural Thumb region said speed and alcohol were factors in a crash that killed five people earlier this month.
The Tuscola County sheriff's department said 38-year-old Sandra Chance, of Marlette, had a blood alcohol level of .15 percent and had been speeding when she lost control of her Mustang and struck a tree in Koylton Township.
The crash occurred Sept. 4 just after 2 a.m. on Kingston Road, just outside of Kingston.
Three men and another woman in the car were pronounced dead at the scene.
The were later identified as 46-year-old Gean Jones of Marlette, 30-year-old Brian Reinhardt of Troy, 35-year-old Jason Shelton of Kingston and 36-year-old Jeremy Smith of North Branch.
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