The vehicle then went airborne bouncing out of the ditch on the other side of the culvert, coming to rest nose down with the rear bumper in the air, up against a fence.
Harris was LifeFlighted to Vanderbilt University Medical Center to be treated for her injuries. THP spokesperson Dalya Qualls said that although the investigation is still ongoing, initial evidence on the scene suggested that Harris was driving under the influence of alcohol.
Tests were requested for both the driver and the passenger. It will take six to eight weeks to get the blood alcohol test back, she said.
Charges against Harris are pending.
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