The driver of a Ford Taurus faces endangerment charges after a high-speed wreck that injured her passengers.
Rachel Baynham was driving a Ford Taurus that collided with a pickup truck about 9:30 a.m. Monday at East Loudon and Shropshire avenues, police said in a news release. Witnesses told police the Taurus was traveling at high speed north on Shropshire and ran a stop sign, the news release said.
After the crash, the Taurus spun into a utility pole and careened into a house at 413 East Loudon. Baynham's front-seat passenger was critically injured, police said. There were three passengers in Baynham's Taurus.
Baynham was charged with three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment. Other charges were pending, police said.
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The driver of the pickup was not seriously hurt, police said.
Toxicology tests were pending to determine whether drugs or alcohol were a factor in the wreck. Everyone wore seat belts except for one passenger in Baynham's car, the news release said.