Crime Mom of 6 killed in DUI crash after visiting premature twins

11:46  11 october  2017
11:46  11 october  2017 Source:   CBS News

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Suspected DUI driver kills woman less than mile from home. Published: 1 hour ago. (FOX NEWS) A mother in California died Friday in an apparent DUI crash as she was returning home from visiting her premature twin baby girls in an intensive care unit.

A mother of six was killed in a crash after being side-swiped by another driver in Santa Clarita Friday night, authorities said. No arrests were immediately made. Evans, 37, was returning home from visiting her premature twins in the hospital.

Kate Evans is seen with her twins in a photo posted to a YouCaring fundraising page.: katie-evans.png © YouCaring katie-evans.png

SANTA CLARITA, Cali. — A woman who was on her way home after visiting her premature twins at a California hospital was killed in a car crash with a suspected drunk driver, reports the Signal, a newspaper in Santa Clarita Valley, California.

Katie Evans, who had four older children in addition to the twin girls, was struck head-on by a vehicle that had lost control after it sideswiped another car, Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station Sgt. Dan Dantice told the paper.

The 22-year-old suspect was treated at a hospital and later booked on suspicion of misdemeanor DUI. Authorities have not released her name.

Dantrice said alcohol containers were found in the vehicle.

A fundraising page set up for Katie Evans' husband and six kids after the Friday night crash has raised more than $200,000.

"Katie couldn't go a day without visiting her brand-new twin girls in the hospital," the fundraising page's organizer wrote.

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