Janice Williams Fatal Rancho Cordova DUI Crash on Georgetown Drive
Rancho Cordova, California (January 21, 2020) - Janice Williams, 81, has been identified as the woman killed in a crash that injured her son and daughter-in-law on Sunday, at around 4:30 p.m., in Rancho Cordova.
According to a local news source, the crash took place on January 19 in the 10300 block of Georgetown Drive.
Authorities said 45-year-old Gary Circle, of Rancho Cordova, was driving a Kia Optima when he crashed into the residence. Two children were in Circle's car and were uninjured.
The crash killed Williams and injured her son and daughter-in-law, who were watching an NFC Championship game at the home.
Emergency crews extricated the injured victims and took them to a hospital with serious injuries.
Circle was arrested for vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, among other charges.
The authorities are investigating the crash.
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