Convicted Driver was DWI, Had Cocaine in System

DUI Deaths End in Long Prison Term

By Paula Hinton
By Peter Neumann

January 4, 2013 Updated Nov 22, 2013 at 8:20 PM EST

FORT WAYNE, In. (www.incnow.tv) --- A Fort Wayne woman was sentenced to forty years in prison today for killing two people while driving drunk and having used cocaine.

Corinna Hurtado had pleaded guilty last year to two counts of causing the death of 79-year-old Harold Bebout and his 74-year-old wife in a crash at Taylor and Fairfield in May, 2012.

Police said she was drunk and had used cocaine when she crashed her truck into the Bebout's minivan, killing them.

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