The judge stated the two sentences would be served concurrently in addition to a 30-day sentence for DUI minus time already served.
An agreement was reached between McFadden and prosecutors that amended the two murder charges to manslaughter charges.
The crash took place on Nov. 20, 2021, in Louisville. The Herbigs were in an SUV and tried to make a left turn from Ambridge Drive onto Westport Road, WAVE reported.
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However, when they turned, the SUV crashed into a vehicle heading west on Westport Road that was driven by McFadden.
According to police, McFadden was driving erratically before the crash and an open bottle of vodka was found in the center console of her car.
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A breathalyzer test was administered for McFadden, which showed her blood-alcohol content was .206 at the time of the crash.
During her sentencing, McFadden read from an apology she wrote, saying, "I am forever changed and I vow to do my part to educate others about my experience. I hope your family can find peace. And I'm sorry,” WDRB reported.
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