Test results: Homecoming parade crash suspect wasn’t intoxicated

Posted at 5:42 PM, Nov 21, 2015

STILLWATER, Okla. — The woman accused of driving through Oklahoma State University’s homecoming parade last month killing four people and injuring dozens more was not intoxicated, according to toxicology test results.

The suspect, 25-year-old  Adacia Chambers, was ordered to submit a blood draw and according to the test results filed in the case. Her blood alcohol content was .01, KFOR reports.

Chambers drove into a crowd at the parade on October 24. She is charged with four counts of second degree murder and 46 counts of assault and battery.

According to a police statement, Chambers drove her 2014 Hyundai Elantra into an unmanned police motorcycle before careening into the crowd of spectators.

When asked by a reporter whether the 25-year-old Chambers was “obviously intoxicated,” Kyle Gibbs with the police department told media at the time, “Certainly probable cause for the arrest, yes sir.”